After Udaipur Hotel Congress MLA Reached Jaipur Hotel Leela Palace For Voting Rajya Sabha Election Ann
Congress MLA: The convoy of Congress MLAs is reaching Jaipur on Thursday after enjoying hospitality at a five-star hotel in Udaipur for almost a week. But even after changing the city, the fencing of MLAs will not end and all the MLAs will reach Hotel Leela Palace from Udaipur directly on the Jaipur Delhi Highway.
Congressmen and pro-government independents and other MLAs, who have been lodged in the Taj Aravali Hotel in Udaipur for the past one week, will now leave the hotel after having lunch on Thursday. All these MLAs will be brought together by charter plane to Jaipur airport. All the MLAs have been asked to check out the Udaipur hotel by 12 noon. The charter plane from Udaipur will reach Sanganer airport in Jaipur by around 5 pm. All the MLAs will be taken to Hotel Leela Palace, 25 km from there by luxury buses already at the airport. After this, on the morning of June 10, all the MLAs will be taken together from the hotel to the Legislative Assembly. Voting will be held from 9 am to 4 pm.
Congress leaders are taking full care that no attempt can be made to break any MLA. Therefore, even after reaching Jaipur a day earlier, the closure of the bar was not ended. Although all the three Congress candidates seem to be winning in terms of numbers, but everyone knows that politics is a game of possibilities, so Congress is not leaving any of its MLAs open.
BTP’s whip redundant
In Rajasthan, there are two BTP MLAs Rajkumar Raut and Ram Prasad Dhindor and both of them have declared voting in favor of Congress candidates after meeting CM Ashok Gehlot. But BTP has now asked these two MLAs to remain neutral. BTP President Vela Ram Ghoghra has asked these MLAs to abstain from voting by announcing the issuance of whip on Wednesday, but these two MLAs, who have given their support after meeting Gehlot, do not seem to agree to this whip at all.
Bad trapped AAP leader Vinay Mishra
A tweet by Delhi MLA and Aam Aadmi Party leader Vinay Mishra has confused him. In his tweet, Mishra had accused a party of selling the votes of its three MLAs for 40 crores. In this tweet, Mishra did not name any party, but he was referring to the Rashtriya Lok Tantrik Party (RLTP), the party of Hanuman Beniwal. Mishra’s allegation has been complained to by the three MLAs of Beniwal’s party for registering an FIR against him. Mishra has become the in-charge of AAP’s Rajasthan just a few days ago and now his controversial tweet has brought hailstorm for him as soon as he shaves his head.