Amidst the rapidly changing situation of the political battle of Rajasthan, Governor Kalraj Mishra returned the new proposal to call the assembly session with some suggestions and questions to the Ashok Gehlot government. Giving conditional consent to the session, the governor said that the session should be called after giving 21 days clear notice. However, if the government wants to win a vote of confidence, it could become the basis for calling a session soon. He has also sought a new proposal from the government.
At the same time, in the midst of this fervor, Congress on Monday demonstrated on all the Raj Bhavans of the country except Rajasthan. On the other hand, Rajasthan High Court has rejected the petition filed by BJP against the merger of six BSP MLAs into Congress. Whereas, Assembly Speaker CP Joshi on Monday withdrew the petition challenging the High Court’s July 21 order from the Supreme Court.
According to the statement issued by Raj Bhavan, it is clear from the state government’s statement in the media that it wants to bring a motion of confidence vote in the assembly, but there is no mention of it in the resolution calling for the session. With this, the Governor has again sought a proposal from the Gehlot government to call the session.
However, the statement also said that the Governor is ready to call the session, but it should be called after giving 21 days clear notice. This condition is in the three suggestions of the Governor, on the basis of which a response has been sought from the Gehlot government. The Governor has said that it is necessary to call the assembly session in accordance with the constitutional provisions.
The Governor has given instructions to the state government to take action to convene the session under Article 174 of the Constitution, making these suggestions. He said, there is no intention of Raj Bhawan not to call the session. The present circumstances are extraordinary, so the Raj Bhavan has been instructed to re-send the letter, advising the government to take action on three points.