Former Rajasthan Meeting speaker and sitting MLA Kailash Meghwal has written a letter to BJP Chief JP Nadda, saying that the chief of opposition within the state has broken the saffron get together.
He additionally wrote a letter to the get together’s state president Satish Poonia, informing that he would transfer a decision towards Gulabchand Kataria within the get together’s legislature assembly, forward of the Meeting session, which can begin on Thursday.
The decision shall be to sentence Kataria for his statements on Maharana Pratap and lord Rama, which “brought on loss to the get together” throughout bypolls, in accordance Meghwal’s letter written to Poonia on September 4.
Meghwal has requested Poonia, who can also be an MLA, to preside over the assembly of the legislature get together.
Within the letter to Nadda, Meghwal talked about Kataria’s feedback on Maharana Pratap and lord Rama.
He mentioned the get together has “suffered an enormous loss” on account of Kataria’s statements.
Throughout campaigning for bypolls in Rajsamand in April, Kataria stoked controversy by making ‘derogatory’ remarks for Rajput ruler Maharana Pratap, triggering widespread criticism.
Across the similar time, he additionally mentioned that with out BJP, ‘Shri Ram’ would have been within the sea.
When contacted, Meghwal refused to touch upon the letter.
However, Kataria mentioned he heard that Meghwal would convey a censure movement towards him within the BJP legislature get together assembly however was prepared to just accept the get together’s determination on the matter.
“I’m prepared for no matter determination the get together takes for me,” he mentioned in a video message.
In the meantime, deputy chief of opposition Rajendra Rathore defended Kataria, saying such feedback on the chief of opposition had been ‘not accepted’.