Ashok Gehlot to ‘hold last meeting of his current council of ministers this evening’ ahead of cabinet reshuffle

In front of the proposed Cabinet reshuffle, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot will hold the last gathering of his present board of priests on Saturday evening when pastors are probably going to leave.

“The gathering will happen at 5 pm at the main priest’s home,” official sources said.

Sources said the Cabinet meeting had been called in front of the proposed Cabinet reshuffle and priests are probably going to leave.

Govind Singh Dotasra, Harish Chaudhary and Raghu Sharma have effectively offered renunciation recorded as a hard copy to Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Friday.

Sources said the pledge service may occur on Sunday at Raj Bhawan.

AICC general secretary Ajay Maken showed up in Jaipur on Friday night and informed columnists concerning the renunciation of the three clergymen, who wanted to work for the party.

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While Dotasra is the PCC boss, Harish Chaudhary and Raghu Sharma are responsible for the party’s undertakings in Punjab and Gujarat, individually.

After their renunciation, the strength of the Cabinet has diminished from 21 to 18. Rajasthan can have a limit of 30 clergymen, including the central clergyman.

The noise for Cabinet reshuffle had been developing throughout the previous a while with the Pilot camp requesting to oblige allies of the state’s previous vice president serve Sachin Pilot in the public authority.

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Aside from the Congress MLAs, free thinkers who support the public authority and MLAs who surrendered from the BSP to Congress additionally have assumptions from the reshuffle.

Boss Minister Ashok Gehlot had as of late implied that the Cabinet reshuffle would happen soon. PTI

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