Rajasthan New CM / JP Nadda will talk to BJP MLAs of Rajasthan this evening - virtual meeting will be held

Zoom News : Dec 09, 2023, 01:35 PM
Rajasthan New CM: Even after getting a huge majority in Rajasthan, there is still suspense in the name of CM post in BJP. Meanwhile, the news is that party president JP Nadda will hold a virtual meeting with the party MLAs who won from Rajasthan this evening. Sometimes Balaknath and sometimes Vasundhara Raje... these are the names in the headlines for the post of CM.

Supervisor appointed

Earlier on Friday, Bharatiya Janata Party appointed central observers for the selection of the leader of the legislature party in Rajasthan. According to a statement issued by the party, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Rajya Sabha member Saroj Pandey and party general secretary Vinod Tawde have been appointed as central observers for the selection of the leader of the legislative party in Rajasthan.

Speculation of ‘Golbandi’

Earlier on Tuesday, speculations about 'Golbandhi' had started due to five MLAs staying together in a 'resort' in Jaipur. However, BJP state president CP Joshi rejected any such possibility. Five BJP MLAs from Kota division stayed in a resort on Sikar Road on Tuesday night, but Lalit Meena (Kishanganj), who was among these MLAs, suspected that it was like a 'mobilization' of the MLAs. MLA Lalit Meena's father claimed that his son and the newly elected MLA from Kishanganj (Baran district) were kept imprisoned there by four other people. Meena was brought there on Wednesday morning after her father informed the party office in Jaipur.

He alleged that MLA Kanwar Lal Meena forced him to stay at the resort by saying that it was Dushyant Singh's instructions. But after this Kanwar Lal Meena issued a statement in the media denying the allegations. Meena said that the allegations against her and Dushyant Singh are baseless. However, it was not immediately clear whether the other four were staying at the resort on Sikar Road. Earlier, Lalit Meena informed this to his father Hemraj Meena after which senior party leaders were informed. Some party leaders reached the 'resort' and the MLA was brought to the party office early on Wednesday. Party sources confirmed this. When contacted, Lalit Meena refused to give details.