Jaipur. Rajasthan is running in response to political developments, the opposition party said on Tuesday that Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot should prove majority in the trial of strength in the assembly. The party also alleged that the police was monitoring the MLAs' residence. Leader of the Opposition Gulab Chand Kataria challenged the Chief Minister to prove his majority in the Assembly. He told the reporters, “The Chief Minister should prove majority in the assembly first and then reshuffle the cabinet. The result of the political battle has been revealed. What will be our strategy now .. We will sit down and discuss with our leaders. "
Deputy Leader of the Opposition Rajendra Rathore said that the Ashok Gehlot government would not be able to prove a majority in the House. He alleged that the police was monitoring the residence of the MLAs. He alleged that the BTP MLAs are being threatened. BJP state president Satish Poonia said that the state government has lost the trust of the people and now the time has come for it to leave.
He said that the government had failed to deliver on its promises and failed to keep its promises. Poonia said that we are monitoring the situation and will follow the guidelines of the party leaders. The party met at the state headquarters here to discuss the situation. Nagaur MP and National Democratic Party convenor Hanuman Beniwal was also present in the meeting. Ralopa is an ally of the BJP.