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Rajasthan High Court: No action against Sachin Pilot till Tuesday

Lawstreet Journal 18 Jul 2020 10:25pm

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Senior Lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi stated before the Rajasthan Court that Sachin Pilot and 18 other congress rebels will not be disqualified by the speaker till 21st July 2020 i.e. Tuesday. 

The MLAs will be given time to respond to disqualification notices for “anti-party activities” which were challenged in court. 

Congress has suspended two of its rebels alleging that they were conspiring about their government in the meanwhile. The party also named Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat who called the audio as “fake”. Two police cases were filed on the allegations. 

  10 Important points about Rajasthan crisis:

  1. Rajasthan police landed up at two resorts at Manesar near Delhi to arrest Bhanwar Lal Sharma who the congress alleges to be one of the MLAs discussing bribes with BJP as part of the conspiracy against Ashok Gehlot government in Rajasthan.
  2. Haryana police also showed up with Rajasthan cops. The congress has said that Mr. Pilot has desperately put up the rebels at hotels in BJP ruled Haryana.
  3. The congress at a media briefing read the transcripts of Mr. Shekhawat and rebel MLAs. The Congress alleged that the voices were of the rebels.
  4. The Union Minister called them fake and stated was ready for any investigation. Mr. Shekhawat said “The audio doesn’t have my voice. If I am called for questioning, I will definitely go.”
  5. The BJP accused Congress of phone tapping. BJP’s Rajasthan chief Satish Poonia said “Did the government tap phones? You cannot tap phones without proper permission. The court doesn’t accept such tapes. This is like the Watergate… Continue Reading...

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