Rebel Congress MLA Says Gehlot is Our Leader, Linked to 'Plot' to Topple Rajasthan Govt (1)

Rebel Congress MLA Says Gehlot is Our Leader, Linked to ‘Plot’ to Topple Rajasthan Govt

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Bhanwar Lal Sharma’s comments came after he met Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and after Sachin Pilot met Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi in New Delhi to work out a détente in front of the critical Assembly meeting on August 14.

A congress MLA faithful to Rajasthan pioneer Sachin Pilot on Monday said the Ashok Gehlot-drove government in the state, hours after the now-terminated vice president serve met Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi to work out a détente in front of the critical Assembly meeting on August 14.

“The Rajasthan government is sheltered,” said Bhanwar Lal Sharma. “Sachin Pilot addressed Rahul Gandhi today.”

Sharma is one of the 18 lawmakers who sponsored Pilot in the force tussle with Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.

Sharma, who met Gehlot prior in the day, communicated confidence in his administration. “I am a similar pioneer as I was previously, I have no feelings of spite now,” he said. “I am with Congress. I am with Ashok Gehlot.”

After the gathering at Gehlot’s authentic living arrangement, Sharma made statements will get clear by Tuesday. He said other agitator MLAs ought to likewise come back to Jaipur. The gathering occurred hours after Pilot met Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi in New Delhi.

The Rajasthan Police had before held up an FIR against Sharma for the “plot” to bring down the state government.

In the wake of meeting Gehlot, Sharma stated, “It was a central issue, which has now been settled. There was no hatred against the gathering or the central pastor. The issue was identified with crafted by my territories. I have been guaranteed that all work will be finished.”

Sharma, who alongside the other dissident legislators was sequestered at lodging in Manesar since July 13, prevented any cases from securing a camp and said he was not kidnapped by any individual or gathering.

“There was no camp, no one was a hostage. Bhanwar Lal can never be a hostage. I went there eagerly, I have come here readily,” he said.

Sharma had before said he won’t join the BJP, yet needs an adjustment in the authority. He had been told that circumstance will get clear once the floor test happens. The seven-time MLA had then accused Congress national general secretary Avinash Pande for the emergency.

news source: news18


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