Rajasthan Politics: Politically everything is not well in Rajasthan. Yes, in the past, after the questions raised by the minister of the government on the state government itself, he was sacked. After which BJP became an attacker on Congress. Now on Monday, Rajasthan’s sacked minister Rajendra Gudha targeted Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot over an alleged ‘red diary’ and claimed that it contained ‘number two transactions worth crores’ which he wanted to keep in the House.
MLA Gudha also claimed that he had brought this diary “safely” from the residence of Congress leader Dharmendra Rathore on the instructions of the Chief Minister during the raids of the Income Tax Department in Jaipur. Gudha told reporters outside the assembly, “All the financial transactions of Sarah were done in number two by Dharmendra Rathod. The name of the Chief Minister is written inside it. At the time of the government’s crisis… where did the money come from, where did the money go, everything was there in him.
Gudha claimed, “The transactions recorded in it were not of one lakh, two lakh, crore, two-five crore, there were transactions of 100, 200, 500 crores.” He said, “Half of the diary is with me… What black exploits have been done, I will disclose all those things by giving money.”
Gudha even said that there is no difference between “rapists” and Congress MLAs. He said that just like gangster Lawrence Bishnoi conducts his criminal activities from jail, Congress MLAs do so from inside the House. He said, “Get the DNA test done for the Congress ministers and Rajendra Gudha, get the narco test done. It will be known in the narco test that there is no difference between the rapists and these people.
It is notable that the proceedings of the House were adjourned after Gudha created a ruckus in the House during Zero Hour on Monday. In fact, as soon as the Zero Hour proceedings started, Gudha reached in front of Assembly Speaker Dr. CP Joshi with a red colored ‘diary’. He wanted to hand over the diary to the Speaker but Joshi did not allow him. Joshi asked Gudha to come to his chamber and said that he would not allow it.
Attacking the Rajasthan government, Union minister and BJP leader Gajendra Singh Shekhawat said that after Rajasthan’s sacked minister and Congress leader Rajendra Gudha mentioned ‘Red Diary’, I want to ask Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot what is this ‘Red Diary’? Why is there uneasiness in the government regarding this? Along with this, BJP has also raised questions on the dismissal of Rajendra Gudha.