'Unhappy MLAs should attend assembly session': Gehlot to rebel legislators
Expressing confidence that his government will complete its full term, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday said 'unhappy MLAs' should attend the assembly session as they have been elected on Congress symbol.
Gehlot said he wants rebel MLAs to attend the assembly session next month and also took a veiled dig at MLAs supporting former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot, saying they were 'playing the lap of BJP'.
"I still want that those unhappy MLAs should attend the assembly session as they have been elected on Congress symbol.
It is my responsibility to ensure that they are seen standing with the government in front of the public," he said.
Meanwhile, Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra agreed to convene assembly session on August 14.
Speaking on it, the Chief Minister said he was happy that the governor has finally accepted his request to call the Assembly.
Gehlot also attacked BSP chief Mayawati and alleged that she is making remarks under pressure from BJP.
"Mayawati's complaint is not logical as all six BSP MLAs merged with us.
She is giving a statement under pressure from BJP.
The Centre is using ED, Income Tax, CBI and hence she is forced to give such a statement," he alleged.