All ministers of Rajasthan resigned before the cabinet reshuffle
State Congress chief Govind Singh Dotasara, who along with two other ministers had offered to resign in a letter to the party’s national president Sonia Gandhi, had moved a resolution in this regard at the beginning of the meeting following which all the ministers resigned. Had given.
In a letter to the Congress President, Dotasara, Harish Chaudhary and Raghu Sharma expressed their willingness to work for the party.
“All the ministers resigned in the meeting,” Pratap Singh Khachariawas, who is holding the charge of transport minister, told reporters here.
“We have been asked to visit the PCC office at 2 pm on Sunday, where further instructions will be given by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, AICC general secretary Ajay Maken and PCC chief Govind Singh Dotasra,” Khachariawas said.
Khachariyawas said that the reshuffle has to be done by the Chief Minister and the party high command and it will be known tomorrow what instructions they have given.
“We will reach PCC office tomorrow at 2 pm. We will follow the instructions given to us there,” he said.
Sources said that the oath ceremony will be held on Sunday at Raj Bhavan.
Ajay Maken, in-charge of Rajasthan affairs at AICC, who reached Jaipur on Friday, was also present at the Chief Minister’s residence.
The strength of the Ashok Gehlot cabinet was 21 before the ministers resigned.
Rajasthan, which has 200 MLAs, can have a maximum of 30 ministers, including the chief minister.
The demand for a cabinet reshuffle had been gaining momentum for the past several months over the demand to accommodate supporters of former CM Gehlot’s deputy Sachin Pilot, who had rebelled against the chief minister last year.
Apart from legislators from the ruling party, independents supporting the government and those joining the Congress from the BSP are also hopeful of the reshuffle.
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