BJP trying to topple govt, offering Rs 15 crore to MLAs: Ashok Gehlot

BJP trying to topple govt, offering Rs 15 crore to MLAs: Ashok Gehlot

The state Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has targeted the BJP amid allegations of attempts to buy and sell MLAs to destabilize the Congress government in Rajasthan,

State Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has accused bjp (BJP) of trying to topple the government amid allegations that BJP is playing politics and trying to topple my government. Chief Minister Gehlot said that MLAs are being offered Rs 10 to 15 crore to change their allegiance.

He said, “0 “I want the BJP to go to the entire country now crossing all its borders. She is trying to topple my government.0 Gehlot said, “0 “We have been listening to the mlAs offering to change their frost. Some people have been promised up to Rs 15 crore and some have been asked to give other favours. It’s going to be consistent.

Referring to the change of government in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said, “0 “The real face of the BJP came after the 2014 victory. The work she was doing earlier is now openly doing it. You have seen this in Goa, Madhya Pradesh and the north-eastern states.0 The BJP was in power in Karnataka last year and in Madhya Pradesh in June amid allegations of horse-trading of MLAs. Madhya Pradesh had a Congress government while Karnataka had a Congress-led government.

Gehlot said that he was targeting the BJP and said that he had to win the Rajya Sabha elections last month. “Bought seven MLAs in Gujarat0 “. In Rajasthan, it was tried to do the same, but we stopped them and taught them a lesson that they would remember for a long time.

According to news agency ANI, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said, “0] “We are focusing on fighting the coronavirus and the BJP is trying to destabilize our government. This was not the case in Vajpayeeji’s time, but after 2014 there has been a division on the basis of religion.0 ”

Earlier, the Special Task Force (SOG) of Rajasthan Police summoned Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot and government chief whip, Mahesh Joshi, to make statements. SOG had registered an FIR in this regard on Friday itself. Official sources told PTI that notices have been issued to the Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and Chief Whip of the government to file their statements in the case.

SOG has detained two people whose phone calls were monitored. It may be mentioned that SOG registered a case on Friday on charges of sale of MLAs in the state and destabilizing the elected government on the basis of facts surfaced from the monitoring of two mobile numbers in this regard. According to SOG officials, the talks on these numbers seem to have lured the ruling party MLAs to topple the state government.

Out of a total of 200 MLAs in the state assembly, the Congress has 107 MLAs and BJP has 72 MLAs. The Congress also has the support of 12 of the state’s 13 independent MLAs.