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Rajasthan Governor seeks clarification from state govt over proposal of convening of Assembly Session

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Rajasthan Governor seeks clarification from state govt over proposal of convening of Assembly Session

Rajasthan Governor seeks clarification from state govt over proposal of convening of Assembly Session

Amid ongoing Rajasthan political crisis, the state government had proposed convening of Assembly Session in front of state Governor Kalraj Mishra.

According to sources, Kalraj Mishra has sought clarification from the state government over the proposal.

He asked, "Do you want to move Motion of Confidence?

It's not mentioned in the proposal but you've been speaking about it in media.

It will be difficult to call all the MLAs for the Assembly Session in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

Can you consider giving a 21-day notice over the convening of Assembly Session?"


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