Six BJP MLAs from Rajasthan who had arrived in Gujarat forward of the essential Meeting session in that state beginning on August 14 left for an undisclosed location within the early hours of Sunday.
The Congress authorities in Rajasthan below Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is in strife after Deputy CM Sachin Pilot rebelled and was sacked from the publish.
The six BJP MLAs had reached Somnath from Porbandar on Saturday night, with one among them telling reporters that the Congress authorities in Rajasthan was “harassing” opposition MLAs, and that they’d come on a pilgrimage to Somnath to hunt psychological peace.
Talking on the problem, Gir Somnath BJP common secretary Mansingh Parmar stated. “The MLAs left the guest-house by morning. I’ve no clue the place they went. My accountability was to obtain them after they reached Somnath from Porbandar on Saturday, and get them to the guest-house. I had left after dinner. They have been supposed to remain right here for 2 days.”
The six MLAs, Nirmal Kumawat, Gopichand Meena, Jabbar Singh Sankhla, Dharamveer Mochi, Gopal Lal Sharma and Gurudeep Singh Shahpini, left between 2am-3am accompanied by native BJP leaders to an undisclosed location, guest-house sources stated.
Mr Kumawat had informed reporters on Saturday that the Gehlot authorities lacked a majority within the Meeting and that “he’s harassing and placing psychological strain on BJP MLAs utilizing SOG (Particular Operations Group) and departmental raids”.
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