Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Congress to continue to be in power in the 2023 state election

Congress to continue to be in power in the 2023 state election

Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot has exuded confidence that Congress will return to power in the 2023 state election.

Gehlot said during a meeting with party MLAs at his residence on Thursday night.

"Forget, forgive and unite. There is no lack of development work in state. The work will continue like this,Have belief. All of you will win in state election and Congress will make government in 2023,"

The chief minister also declared that Rs 3 crore per MLA would be releasing for COVID-19 vaccination. The amount was holding earlier.

According to Mahesh Joshi, Chief whip in the state election,

CM says

"I have said this earlier and still say that I will work as protector for everyone in Rajasthan. Whatever work you want, it will get it done from mine."

Joshi said the CM announced that the withheld Rs 3 crore released from the MLAs'' fund. He made it clear that for the entire amount of 5 crores, the Member of Parliament will have to put two crores in the health branch, and the remaining Rs 3 crores will be using upon development.

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Gehlot asked MLAs to print booklets on the work done during their two-and-a-half years and distribute those among the public. The brochures will be given to the All India Congress Committee and the Pradesh Congress Committee.

Ajay Maken, in charge of Rajasthan, AICC Said,

"I have not seen anyone else to work as outstanding performance of government and MLAs."

Ahead of an expected change in the cabinet, Maken concluded his talks with party legislators to take feedback on the performance of Congress's state government.

He holds one-on-one meetings with the 49 MLAs from 20 districts. During a two-day tour of the state, Maken met 115 Member of Parliament.

He will submit a report to the party high command in New Delhi.

The state ruling party has 106 MLAs in the Rajasthan Assembly of 200-member.

But, the government has the support of 13 MLA's independent.

Sources in Congress said the leaders have decided to leave cabinet expansion to the main party office.

They said Maken would holding a meeting with the state Congress office beneficiary on Friday. Gehlot is likely to have lunch for the party's state members.

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