Rajasthan could hold midterm elections due to the Congress feud

Former state BJP president Arun Chaturvedi said the states internal political struggle hampers the likelihood of a mid-term election . Chaturvedi said the shape of the political alliance in the state reflects the state of the Congress .

JAIPUR (Jappur): Former state BJP president Arun Chaturvedi said the state's internal political struggle hampers the likelihood of a mid-term election.Ministers and legislators today are not in touch.They cant sit together.In such a scenario, anything can happen, he said.

My prediction is based on the terminology used by the chief minister to describe his own Congress staff, as well as the kinds of charges made by Congress MLAs and ministers about their own government.For the past two years, he said, the government was left to fend for itself.The government stayed in hotels for around 90 days as a result of the general election, Rajya Sabha.The CM's primary job is to take care of the state's people and interests.

Nonetheless, he argued, their primary goal has been to tarnish the image of central government.Chaturvedi said that following the Gujarat riots, the SC organized an SIT that quizzed then Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi for ten hours.On the same court's order, Rahul and Sonia Gandhi are also summoned.The ED is looking at the same court's decisions.