The two rebel MLAs of the Sachin Pilot faction, Bhanwar Lal Sharma and Vishvendra Singh, have been suspended from primary membership by the Congress. The party has also issued them a show-cause notice. Congress leader Randeep Surjewala said that from the tapes that came out last evening and till date, it is clear from the conspiracy by the BJP to topple the Congress-elected government and buy the loyalty of the MLAs. It is clear that instead of fighting China or Corona, BJP and the Modi government are working to loot power.
Surjewala has said that Sachin Pilot should come forward and publicly explain his position on the so-called accusation of giving the list of MLAs to BJP. At the same time, the Congress on Friday sought to register an FIR against Union Minister Gajendra Shekhawat, reiterating that a move had been made to topple the government of Rajasthan. Addressing a press conference, Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala showed the transcript of a phone conversation that Ashok Gehlot had planned to topple the government.
What is in an audiotape
This audiotape talks about transactions to topple the government. Although the audio has not been confirmed to be correct, it allegedly contains the voice of the conversation between a Union minister and an MLA of the BJP leader’s Pilot faction. In the viral audio, when asked by the MLA of the Pilot faction about the money, the alleged BJP leader assures that the entire system will be in place and seniority will also be taken care of. It was allegedly being said by the Union Minister that if the number of MLAs increases to 30, he will bow to the government.
The President of Rajasthan Congress has made serious allegations against Union Water Power Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat in a tweet. He tweeted, ‘Gajendra Singh Yesterday you were talking about the feelings of the BJP’s country lines, today entire India saw your views from this audio clip that came out. It is now clear that the BJP is involved in a conspiracy to topple a democratically elected government in Rajasthan if it is ethical, then resign.