Rajasthan Congress Chief Govind Singh Dotasra. (Twitter/Govind Singh Dotasra)
Claiming that “bigger facts” have been identified that reveal the BJP’s makes an attempt, Dotasra mentioned, “There was a conspiracy of money. There was an attempt to buy, but our MLAs persisted and their mischief did not succeed.”
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- Last Updated: December 06, 2020, 23:51 IST
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Rajasthan Congress president Govind Singh Dotasra claimed on Sunday that the BJP’s renewed makes an attempt to topple the Ashok Gehlot authorities didn’t succeed as “our MLAs persisted” and refused to give in to allurement and stress. Claiming that “bigger facts” have been identified that reveal the BJP’s makes an attempt, Dotasra mentioned, “There was a conspiracy of money. There was an attempt to buy, but our MLAs persisted and their mischief did not succeed.” Chief Minister Gehlot on Saturday alleged that the BJP was making renewed makes an attempt to topple his authorities, almost 4 months after the Congress battled dissidence by his deputy Sachin Pilot and another MLAs.
The BJP hit again, saying Gehlot has failed to run the federal government and is annoyed and making unreasonable allegations. Claiming that the BJP was going to begin the “game” as soon as once more with cash energy, Gehlot mentioned Congress MLAs had to keep in motels for 34 days to save his authorities in July when Pilot and 18 MLAs loyal to him rebelled towards the chief minister.
The Congress had then accused the BJP of indulging in horse-trading to topple its authorities within the state, a cost rejected by the opposition celebration. On Sunday, Dotasra referred to the statements made by BJP leaders on Gehlot’s allegations and mentioned, “I want to ask BJP state president Satish Poonia, leader of opposition (in Assembly) Gulabchand Kataria and Union minister Gajendra Singh had the BJP not plotted to topple the democratically elected government of Rajasthan on the instigation of central leaders.” He mentioned BJP leaders ought to introspect and cease saying that they didn’t conspire to topple the federal government.
“BJP leaders should not be too impatient,” he added.