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Rajasthan crisis: CM Gehlot camp sends proposal again for assembly session

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Rajasthan crisis: CM Gehlot camp sends proposal again for assembly session

Rajasthan crisis: CM Gehlot camp sends proposal again for assembly session

Rajasthan Minister, Pratap Khachariyawas informed that Cabinet has again sent a proposal to Governor Kalraj Mishra seeking to convene assembly session.

"We have again sent a proposal to Governor Kalraj Mishra seeking to convene assembly session.

We hope that the Governor will accept the proposal this time and announce the date to begin the session soon," said Pratap Khachariyawas.

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