“No discipline in the party”: Ashok Gehlot takes dig at BJP amid suspense over Rajasthan's new CM

Ashok Gehlot said that if Congress would have taken so much if time to announce the new CM, BJP could have shouted a lot.

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Congress leader and ex-CM of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot on Saturday takes dig at BJP over the suspense on the name of new chief minister of the state. While speaking to ANI, Gehlot said, there is no discipline in the party. He said, "...For around seven days now, they (BJP) have not been able to announce CM faces in the three states. There is no discipline in this party. If we had done the same, don't know what allegations they would have levelled against us and misled people. They polarised the polls...We will cooperate with the new government."

He alleged it has been seven days, that BJP has not come up with the name of the chief minister for Rajasthan, adding that their government has given no objection for probe in Gogamedi case, whereas that should be given by the new government. 

Here’s what he said:

"If Congress had not selected a CM for this long, then they(BJP) would have shouted a lot. In the Gogamedi case, I had to sign document stating no objection to NIA probe. This should have been done by the new CM. For 7 days now, they (BJP) have not been able to select a CM, I want them to take a decision quickly."

It is to be noted here that the Chief of Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi was shot dead in his house in Shyamnagar, Jaipur on Tuesday. A special investigation team (SIT) was formed on Wednesday to investigate the murder.

Meanwhile, BJP on Friday has elected the oberserves for Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, who will help in taking the decision to chose the upcoming face for the chief minister.