The political crisis continues in Rajasthan. Former Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot and 18 rebel MLAs of Congress have filed a petition before the Rajasthan High Court, appealing for the Government of India to be a party. The petition filed through advocate S Hari Haran, Divyesh Maheshwari stated that the petitioner challenged the constitutional validity of para 2 (1) (a) of Schedule X of the Constitution of India, therefore making the central government a party to it. It is necessary to go. The petition also stated that the inclusion of the Center would not prejudice either party.
The petition of Sachin Pilot and rebel MLAs of Congress said that it has been humbly prayed that the Government of India is made a party in this case in the interest of justice and law through the Secretary of the Ministry of Law and Justice. A lawyer said that the Rajasthan High Court will pronounce the order on July 24 on a petition filed by former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot and 18 other MLAs of his camp.
Advocate Prateek Kasliwal, appearing for Rajasthan Assembly Speaker CP Joshi, said that the arguments in the case have been closed. Meanwhile, Pilot on Wednesday has given legal notice to Giriraj Singh Malinga, a state legislator on his charges. The MLA had alleged that Pilot offered him money to join the BJP.
Pilot, in a legal notice issued through lawyer S Hariharan, asked Singh to apologize for making a false and trivial allegation against him. The legal notice stated that Giriraj Singh made the remarks with the sole intention of tarnishing the image of the former Deputy Chief Minister, gaining political mileage and undue advantage to his political opponents.