The dissatisfaction among Congressmen deepened in the program of completion of 91 years of Dandi March in Jaipur. The Chief Minister took out the symbolic Dandi March here, in which the MLAs supported by the Pilot faction did not participate and openly protested.
Chief Minister Gehlot also took a nip from the stage when some MLAs were not involved. He said that one does not need to distribute yellow rice to participate in Mahatma Gandhi’s program. Such programs should be included immediately from wherever information is available. The MLAs of the pilot faction did not only participate in the program, but their words became sharper. At first, only Ramesh Meena was upset after accusing the SC-ST legislators of discrimination. Now other MLAs of the Pilot group have also joined their notes. Meena has threatened to resign.
Ministers do not listen to MLAs: Solanki
This time Ramesh Meena was joined by Murari Meena, MLA from Dausa and Vedprakash, MLA from Chaksu. Ved Prakash Solanki said that the ministers of the government are not listening to the SC-ST MLAs. This is not a matter of any one camp, but SC-ST and minority MLAs from all over Rajasthan. On the other hand, MLA Murari blamed the lack of work in his area. He said that at the assembly level, at the government level and at the party level, the work that should have been done in his constituency is not happening. We are worried about this.There was no benefit from the alleged ‘agreement’
Actually, in the Rajasthan Congress that emerged from the political crisis last year, it is like a spark of protest again. Pilot camp MLA Dabi Juban says that the high command made by the high command to join the two factions is nowhere to be seen. Ashok Gehlot has run the government as Chief Minister for two and a half years. After all, when will it be the turn of the pilot and his supporters. After last year’s political storm, neither the cabinet nor the board corporation’s president has been tried to address the angry legislators. On the other hand, the government believes that all MLAs are being treated equally, no one should see factionalism in it.
Mahesh Joshi arrives in Delhi
Government chief whip Mahesh Joshi, who came under the target of the MLAs of Pilot faction, reached Delhi after getting angry on being targeted. They will present their case before the state in-charge Ajay Maken and will give information about the statement made by the 3 MLAs of the pilot faction.