Ashok Gehlot said, ten crores were given to the MLAs in Rajasthan,

Ashok Gehlot said, ten crores were given to the MLAs in Rajasthan,

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Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has once again discussed the political crisis in Rajasthan due to the political developments in Maharashtra. Gehlot said that ten crore rupees had been given to the MLAs in Rajasthan. But I don’t know what happened later.

Jagran Correspondent, Jaipur. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has once again discussed the political crisis in Rajasthan due to the political developments in Maharashtra. Gehlot said that ten crore rupees had been given to the MLAs in Rajasthan. But I don’t know what happened later. The MLAs supporting the Congress and the government stayed with me for 34 days. Ten crore rupees were proposed to be given to the MLAs staying with us in the hotel as soon as they came out.

Government toppled in Madhya Pradesh

Speaking to the media in Delhi on Tuesday, Gehlot said, the government in Madhya Pradesh was toppled. At that time the talk of giving Rs 35-35 crore to each MLA in Madhya Pradesh was heard. We understood on time the misdeeds they did in Madhya Pradesh and the government of Rajasthan was saved. Gehlot said that now a conspiracy has been hatched to topple the government in Maharashtra. The MLAs have been taken to Surat. There is horse-trading of MLAs in Maharashtra.

The conspiracy to topple the government in Maharashtra

Gehlot said that there was a tamasha in Maharashtra earlier as well, it is in front of everyone. Suddenly the oath was administered at 6.30 am. Devendra Fadnavis, who took oath as the CM of Maharashtra at that time, had tweeted that if Modi is there then it is possible. He said that first the government was toppled in Madhya Pradesh and then efforts were made in Rajasthan, but without success. Now there is a conspiracy to topple the government in Maharashtra. The judiciary is under pressure, the CM said. CBI and Enforcement Directorate are being misused.

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