Jaipur: In the midst of the current political crisis in Rajasthan, the cabinet headed by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot (CM Ashok Gehlot) has sent a revised proposal to the Governor for convening the assembly session from 31 July. Sources in Raj Bhavan have confirmed the proposal.
According to Raj Bhavan sources, in the resolution reached to the Governor late on Saturday night, the state cabinet has requested to call the assembly session from July 31.
The special thing of this proposal is that it has not discussed the floor test, but rather the coronavirus epidemic has been kept on the agenda.
Governor Kalraj Mishra sought clarification on six points from the state government after a five-hour sit-in by Congress MLAs at Raj Bhavan on Friday to convene the assembly session. According to Congress party sources, the dharna was abolished at Raj Bhavan after the Governor’s assurance.
Mishra had said that no one is above constitutional decorum and there should be no pressure politics.
The governor had again asked Gehlot to send a proposal on behalf of the cabinet about calling the assembly session with clarification.
The cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot took place at the Chief Minister’s residence on Saturday evening. Those points were discussed in the meeting, which the Governor had raised in the earlier resolution. After this the revised proposal was approved.