Jaipur: The revised proposal of the Rajasthan government to convene the assembly session from August 14 has been approved by Governor Kalraj Mishra. Along with this, the Governor directed that all kinds of precautions should be taken in the conduct of the assembly session in view of Corona. Earlier, Rajasthan’s Ashok Gehlot cabinet approved another revised proposal to call the assembly session on Wednesday night. It was proposed to call a session from 14 August.
Government sources say that this will fulfill the mandatory 21-day clear notice to call the session, on which Governor Kalraj Mishra is repeatedly insisting. The state cabinet met at the Chief Minister’s residence on Wednesday evening under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, in which the revised proposal was approved.
The government kept the date of August 14 because on July 23, when the government sent the first proposal, it is at a gap of 21 days. Earlier, the government was proposing to call the assembly session from July 31.
Along with this, it was said on behalf of Transport Minister Pratap Singh Khachariwas that 19 party MLAs who revolted after expressing displeasure over the leadership of Ashok Gehlot should return. He said, “Our rebel companions are also members of our family. They should also come back in the interest of voters in the interest of Rajasthan and meet the high command and work for the strengthening of Rajasthan.
It is noteworthy that 19 MLAs, including Sachin Pilot of Congress, are considered rebels who are not attending the meeting of Congress Legislature Party.
Earlier, the Raj Bhavan sent a revised proposal sent by the government to the government for the third time on Wednesday. In this, the Governor asked the government to explain why it wants to call a session on short-term notice. With this, the Governor told the government that if he has to get the confidence vote, then it could be the reason for calling the session on short notice. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot met the Governor on Wednesday after the Raj Bhavan returned the file for the third time.
According to the statement issued by the Raj Bhavan, by redirecting the “letter of the government” to call the assembly session, it has been directed that what is the concrete reason for calling the session on short-term notice, it should be clarified and it is also clear Why should the session be called on short-term notice in the present unusual and unusual situation. ”
It further states, “It is also worth mentioning that if the state government is to get a confidence vote in this session, then it is possible to call a short session with distance from each other, which is a reasonable reason to call a session on short notice. Can.
Another advice has been given to the government from Raj Bhavan to call a regular monsoon session of the House on 21 days notice. According to the statement, “In the above situation, it would be appropriate that the state government should call regular sessions like rainy season on 21 days notice.”
Chief Minister Gehlot met the Governor at Raj Bhavan on Wednesday afternoon after the Raj Bhavan returned the file. Sources in Raj Bhavan called it a courtesy call, but before that Gehlot said at a Congress function that “they would like to know from the Governor what they want … so that we can work in the same manner”.
Speaker of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly Dr. CP Joshi also met Governor Mishra on Wednesday evening. Officially it has also been described as a courtesy call.