Before the formation of the new cabinet in Rajasthan, three ministers have submitted their resignations. State Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara, Health Minister Raghu Sharma and Revenue Minister Harish Chaudhary have submitted their resignations.
- Harish Chaudhary, Raghu Sharma, Govind Singh Dotasara resigned
- Gehlot cabinet may be reconstituted soon
- MLAs of Sachin Pilot camp may get place
New Delhi. Three ministers of Rajasthan government have resigned. The names of the State Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara, Health Minister Raghu Sharma and Revenue Minister Harish Chaudhary are included in this. According to information received from Congress sources, the cabinet may be reconstituted on November 22. The MLAs of the Sachin Pilot camp can get a place in this new cabinet.
- Ministers were holding two positions
These three ministers were holding two posts each. All three had the post of party organization along with the minister. Dotasara was holding the charge of Congress State President along with Education Minister, while Revenue Minister Harish Chaudhary was made Punjab and Health Minister Raghu Sharma was made in charge of Gujarat Congress.
- Ajay Maken had reached Jaipur tour
Congress leader and party’s Rajasthan in-charge Ajay Maken suddenly reached Jaipur on Friday. After his visit, a period of political speculation started. This was emphasized when Maken said that three ministers in Rajasthan have offered to step down.
- Gehlot will soon expand his cabinet
Ajay Maken had told that the three ministers have written a letter to Sonia Gandhi, offering to leave the ministerial post, expressing their willingness to work for the organization. Since then, it was believed that the three ministers could be discharged from the cabinet. Now there are speculations that Gehlot will soon expand his cabinet in Rajasthan.