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LUCKNOW/JAIPUR: BSP chief Mayawati stated on Tuesday that her celebration has determined to “educate a lesson” to Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot for the “unconstitutional” merger of her MLAs with Congress within the state and won’t hesitate to method the Supreme […]

LUCKNOW/JAIPUR: BSP chief Mayawati stated on Tuesday that her celebration has determined to “educate a lesson” to Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot for the “unconstitutional” merger of her MLAs with Congress within the state and won’t hesitate to method the Supreme Courtroom in pursuit of the disqualification of the six legislators who had crossed over to the treasury benches final 12 months.
The assault on Congress got here on a day when BJP MLA Madan Dilawar filed two contemporary petitions earlier than the Rajasthan excessive court docket difficult the BSP-Congress merger within the state. On Monday, the HC had rejected his plea searching for path to the meeting speaker to resolve on his grievance towards the merger of the six MLAs which had been pending since March. The court docket was knowledgeable on Monday that the speaker had already taken a call on the grievance.
Attacking Gehlot for “stealing” her MLAs, and demanding imposition of President’s rule, Mayawati stated there was a conspiracy towards BSP in Rajasthan by which Gehlot was concerned. Reminding the six MLAs of the whip issued by BSP to vote towards Congress within the meeting, she stated, “If the MLAs don’t comply with our instructions, we are going to take the matter of their disqualification to the SC.”
In an obvious reference to Sachin Pilot’s revolt, calling Congress the “authentic thief”, she stated, “Chori ka saamaan chori hone par shor macha rahe hain (They’re screaming after what they stole has been stolen by another person).” She requested why the Congress excessive command was quiet in regards to the six BSP MLAs. She stated BSP has taken a call to oppose the Gehlot authorities after being “cheated by Congress a number of occasions”.
In the meantime, the 2 petitions Dilawar filed on Tuesday have been listed for listening to on Wednesday. Whereas the primary challenges speaker C P Joshi’s choice to dismiss his grievance, the second challenges the BSP-Congress merger as a violation of the Structure.
The BSP chief demanded imposition of President’s rule in Rajasthan, alleging a conspiracy towards her celebration within the state by which CM Gehlot was concerned.
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