Ashok Gehlot said - 'Make your masters happy...'

During the lok sabha elections in Rajasthan, the issue of Chief Secretary Sudhansh Pant's visit to jodhpur was prominently raised by ABP News. Now former chief minister ashok gehlot has strongly attacked this. While addressing the general meeting in jodhpur today, ashok gehlot said that Sudhansh pant had come to threaten the officials of jodhpur and Barmer on the pretext of the refinery.

Former chief minister ashok gehlot said that 'Bhajanlal Sharma, who became the chief minister of Rajasthan, is not working. The Chief Secretary cannot go to any kind of review meeting during elections, but still, the Chief Secretary came here and threatened the officials on the pretext of the refinery. Chief Secretary Sudhansh pant had come here to please his bosses. He further said that 'Pralhad Gunjal of Kota also had to stage a protest. I was told here that our jodhpur candidates were also preparing to hold a dharna, because our district president had to go and sit for two hours for posters and pamphlets.

Chief Secretary had recently reached Jodhpur

Let us tell you that on april 22, Chief Secretary Sudhansh pant reached jodhpur railway station. During this time, Divisional Commissioner BL Mehra, jodhpur district collector Gaurav Aggarwal, jodhpur police Commissioner Rajendra Singh, Range IG Vikas Kumar, DCP east Alok Srivastava, Superintendent of police Dharmendra Singh Yadav and many other officers were present at the railway station for welcome. Meanwhile, while talking to the media at the railway station, he said that there is some issue regarding the industrial area of Pachpadra Refinery and the petrol Chemical Complex that is going to be built there. He has come for a review meeting on the refinery works. On the question of such a review meeting amid the code of conduct, he said that this is a normal meeting. Officials are holding meetings regarding work. This project was going on before the elections. This has nothing to do with elections and code of conduct.

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