Sachin Pilot sends legal notice to Cong MLA who claimed he was offered 'bribe'
Congress leader Sachin Pilot has served a legal notice to party MLA Giriraj Malinga, for claiming that the former had offered him money to join the BJP. "Former Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot has served a legal notice to Congress MLA Giriraj Malinga for his Rs 35 crore bribery allegation," a source close to Pilot told ANI.
Rajasthan Speaker to file petition in Supreme Court over HC direction to defer action on disqualification notices
Speaker has the complete authority to send a show-cause notice. I have asked my counsel to file SLP in Supreme Court, said Rajasthan Assembly Speaker CP Joshi.
ED raids Raj CM's brother in fertiliser scam case, countrywide searches underway
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) raided the premises of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's brother on Wednesday as part of countrywide searches in connection with a money laundering case linked to an alleged fertiliser scam, officials said.
ED sleuths were assisted by personnel of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), who were seen standing guard at the farmhouse and residence of the Gehlots' in Mandore area of Jodhpur district.
Sachin Pilot files caveat in SC to ensure that no orders are passed on CP Joshi's petition
Sachin Pilot has filed a caveat in the Supreme Court to ensure that no orders are passed on CP Joshi's petition until the camp of dissident MLAs are heard out.
Sachin Pilot serves legal notice to Congress MLA Girraj Singh who alleged that Pilot offered him Rs 35 Cr to cross vote in Rajya Sabha polls
My effort was to respect court's order that's why I extended hearing for July 21 when court asked. Since the matter is in court, the Speaker can't proceed further. I've filed Special Leave Petition in Supreme Court to avoid contradiction b/w decisions of Speaker & court: CP Joshi
Gehlot writes to PM Modi, says 'attempts made to destabilize govt through horse-trading'
On Tuesday, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot wrote a letter to PM Narendra Modi regarding 'despicable attempts to destabilize elected governments through horse-trading'. "I don't know to what extent you are aware of all this or you are being misled," he writes in the letter.