Congress MLA from ‘Jaipur to Jaisalmer’, big reason came out

Jaipur: Political stir continues in Rajasthan. Ashok Gehlot’s government is constantly under the cloud of crisis. A meeting of the Congress Legislature Party has been called at 10 am today regarding the entire development. After the meeting, Gehlot supporters are being shifted to the Jaisalmer resort.

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The MLA will go to Jaisalmer by chartered plane from Jaipur. Three charters will go from Jaipur Airport. In the first charter, 37 people will leave for Jaisalmer. 10 people will leave in the second chartered plane. At the same time, 7 people will go in the third chartered plane. There will be 54 people leaving Jaisalmer for a total of 3 charter.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and in-charge Avinash Pandey will also go to Jaisalmer along with the MLAs. Preparations have been made to keep the MLAs there till August 13. Congress MLAs will be appointed at Jaisalmer’s Hotel Suryagarh Palace. Some ministers will also go with the legislators. Minister Harish Chaudhary and brother-in-law Mohammad have been given the responsibility of arrangements in the Suryargarh Hotel.

Several important reasons are being told to shift MLAs to Jaisalmer. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said yesterday that the rate of horse trading has become unlimited. Shifting is also the reason for protecting MLAs from temptation. Many legislators had also spoken of boredom in the hotel. Jaisalmer is also Rajasthan’s best destination in terms of tourism. The number of families of MLAs in Hotel Fairmount had increased.

Ministers Harish Chaudhary, MLAs Ramlal Jat, Prashant Bairwa, Gopal Meena, Bharat Singh Kundanpur, Rita Chaudhary, Ruparam, Dayaram Parmar, Kanti Meena, Rajkumar Gaur, Deepchand Kheria, Ramkesh Meena, Mahendra Bishnoi, Danish Abrar, Rajendra Gudha, Rohit Bohra, Hakam Ali, Indira Meena, Meena Kanwar, Girraj Singh Malinga, Amin Kazgi, Joharilal Meena, Mahadev Singh Khandela, Padmaram Meghwal, Ashok Bairwa and Khiladilal Bairwa are leaving for the first flight.

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