Rajasthan Truce: BJP reacts calling for a strategic change
Jaipur: In what can be termed as an action-reaction syndrome, the opposition state BJP deferred its proposed Tuesday meeting to August 13, after the reconciliation between the warring factions of the Congress Legislative Party made the headlines. The BJP spokesman Gulabchand Kataria made a cryptic remark that “Our strategy is being reworked”. He claimed that the current truce was not going to help Congress complete its full five-year term in the state.
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The proposed meeting is just one day in advance of the Special assembly session called by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot with the intention of proving the Party’s floor strength. Gehlot expressed satisfaction that the BJP’s “conspiracy” had been defeated.
The BJP meet on August 13 is scheduled to be held at 11 a.m. with the former chief minister Vasundhara Raje slated to be in attendance.
– globalbihari bureau