Chauthi Bar Gehlot Sarkar: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s cheers echoed in the Rajasthan Assembly on Friday. Congress MLAs and ministers raised several slogans in praise of the CM. Along with this, a new slogan of the Gehlot government was also given for the fourth time. Along with the announcement of 19 new districts in the Vidhansabha, the ruling party seemed excited about the new announcements related to 3 divisions.
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Gehlot’s slogans echoed in the corridors
After making several announcements in the House, ministers and MLAs of the ruling party started raising slogans in favor of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in the House itself. Later, when Ashok Gehlot came out of the house and came to the corridor of the assembly, there too many ministers and MLAs followed him. These ministers and MLAs raised slogans that our Chief Minister should be like Ashok Gehlot. During this too, slogans of ‘Gahlot Sarkar for the fourth time’ echoed in the corridors of the assembly. The Chief Minister thanked all the members and greeted them.
Only pro-Gehlot MLAs shouted slogans
Only pro-Gehlot MLAs and ministers were present during the slogans raised in support of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot after the announcements made in the Rajasthan Assembly. Sachin Pilot, the leader of the second faction of Congress and his supported leaders left the House after the Chief Minister’s address. However, the pilots do not stay long in the house. Whenever he is involved in the proceedings of the House, instead of meeting and talking to other MLAs, he walks out straight away. On Friday too, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot left the House after making announcements.
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