- Protest over suspension of Mayor and three councilors of Jaipur Greater Municipal Corporation
- BJP called this action an act of vengeance and hatred of the Gehlot government
- BJP state president said – ‘Elephant teeth are more for eating and showing’
On Tuesday, the very first day of relief in strict lockdown, with the cradle of the Kovid guideline, BJP leaders staged dharnas and demonstrations by tying black bands on all the mandals including Jaipur. During this, slogans were raised against the dictatorship of the Ashok Gehlot government. BJP leaders, holding placards with slogans in their hands, talked about fighting from the road to the house on issues of public interest.
Chandrashekhar, Poonia, Kataria, Rathod and Mayor also on dharna
Dr. Under the leadership of Poonia, the State Organization General Secretary Chandrashekhar, Leader of Opposition Gulabchand Kataria, Deputy Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathod, former State President Dr. Top leaders including Arun Chaturvedi attended. Suspended Mayor Dr. Soumya Gurjar was also present.
‘Elephant teeth are more for eating and for showing’
Dr. Poonia said that following the Kovid protocol, dharna-demonstration was held in more than one thousand mandals across the state against the dictatorial and unconstitutional decision of the Gehlot government. Dr. Poonia said that Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot talks about morality and democracy, but ‘elephant teeth are more to show than to eat’, there is such a difference between his words and deeds that the Mayor of Jaipur Greater Municipal Corporation and the The suspension of three other councilors, in itself, proves vengeance and animosity.
He said, this misuse of section 39 of the Municipal Act has happened for the first time in the state. This is clearly the annoyance and fury of the Congress. BJP got a big mandate in Jaipur city, Congress had to face it, since that time there is anger in the mind of the Chief Minister. He converted the ordinary debate between officers and public representatives into criminal cases, it is unfortunate, shameful and undemocratic.
Congress MLA’s appeal to Gehlot, give some other work to the Forest Minister, did not go out in the forest once in two and a half years