Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot Reaction Over Puducherry CM Resigned – Ashok Gehlot lashed out at BJP over Puducherry’s political developments, said- to any extent …

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What happened in Puducherry is very unfortunate: Ashok Gehlot

Jaipur:

Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot (Rajasthan CM) has Puducherry The BJP targeted the BJP on Monday, describing the political developments in the Congress-led government’s defeat in the trust and the resignation of Chief Minister V. Narayansami. He accused the BJP of adopting unethical methods to topple the Puducherry government and said that the saffron party wants to end democracy in these ways. Gehlot (Ashok Gehlot) tweeted, “What happened in Puducherry is very unfortunate. BJP has shown the Congress government in an unethical way that it can go to any extent for power. First created problems in running the government through the Lieutenant Governor and now dropped the government with money power.

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It is noteworthy that Puducherry Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy and MLAs of the ruling Congress-DMK alliance submitted their resignations to Deputy Governor Tamilisai Sundararajan after the government’s defeat in the trust vote on Monday. Earlier, Chief Minister Narayanasamy and other ruling party MLAs walked out of the House before voting on a motion of confidence in the Assembly.

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Commenting on the developments, Gehlot said, “First, Karnataka, then Madhya Pradesh and now Puducherry, by tempting MLAs to resign and BJP is a new way of wrongfully grabbing power.” The party also tried to grab power in Rajasthan in unethical ways, which the people here gave a befitting reply to them. “He further said,” BJP wants to end democracy in these ways. People have understood their tricks. The people of Puducherry will teach a lesson to the BJP in the coming elections.

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