Ashok Gehlot Suspended Minister Rajendra Singh Gudha: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has sacked state minister Rajendra Gudha on Friday night. This action has taken place a few hours after Gudha surrounded his own government on the issue of women’s atrocities in the assembly on Friday. Earlier this matter was going on with reference to the sources, then giving information from the Raj Bhavan, it was told that the Governor of Rajasthan has accepted the recommendation of CM Ashok Gehlot to sack Minister of State Rajendra Singh Gudha with immediate effect.
Rajasthan Governor has accepted with immediate effect the recommendation of CM Ashok Gehlot to sack state minister Rajendra Singh Gudha, says Raj Bhavan.Earlier today, Gudha had criticized own government over recent incidents of crimes against women in the state. pic.twitter.com/s52dq3Pq58
The Governor accepted the recommendation with immediate effect.
Let us tell you that according to the statement issued by the Raj Bhavan, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Friday evening recommended the state Governor Kalraj Mishra to sack Minister of State Rajendra Singh Gudha. Along with this, it was said in the statement that the Governor has accepted this recommendation of Chief Minister Gehlot with immediate effect. However, this news was being given in the air even before some official information was released. Sources had told that “Rajendra Gudha has been removed from the post of Minister of State”.
Minister Rajendra Gudha raised questions on his government
Let us tell you that this whole episode started when Minister of State Rajendra Gudha questioned his own government on the issue of women’s safety and atrocities against them. Congress MLAs wave placards on the issue of violence in Manipur during the discussion on the Rajasthan Minimum Income Guarantee Bill 2023 in the Rajasthan Legislative Assembly. At the same time, raising questions on his own government, Rajendra Gudha said that in Rajasthan, it is a fact that we have failed in the safety of women and the way atrocities on women have increased in Rajasthan, instead of Manipur, we should look into our own neck. Needed.
Government Minister Rajendra Gudha himself is telling the reality of the atrocities and misdeeds being committed against sisters and daughters in Rajasthan. According to Article 164(2) of the Constitution, the cabinet works on the basis of collective responsibility and the statement of a minister is considered to be that of the entire cabinet i.e. the government. pic.twitter.com/QgpT5b31nv
‘Rajasthan is number one in crime against women’, Leader of Opposition’s statement
At the same time, Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore also attacked the government and said that Rajasthan is number one in the case of crime against women. Not only this, Rajendra Rathore later said in a tweet on Minister Rajendra Gudha’s statement, “Government minister Rajendra Gudha himself is telling the reality of the atrocities and misdemeanors being committed on sisters and daughters in Rajasthan.” According to Article 164(2) of the Constitution, the cabinet works on the basis of collective responsibility and the statement of the minister is considered to be that of the entire cabinet i.e. the government.
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Rajendra Gudha seen supporting Sachin Pilot
Be aware that Rajasthan minister Rajendra Gudha had Sainik Welfare (independent charge), Home Guard and Civil Defense (independent charge), Panchayati Raj and Rural Development departments. It is noteworthy that Gudha is one of the six MLAs who won the 2018 assembly elections on a Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) ticket, but later joined the Congress. Rajendra Gudha was included in the Ashok Gehlot cabinet. However, Rajendra Gudha was seen openly supporting Sachin Pilot after that and remained in controversies with his many statements.