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Have no conflict with Dr Joshi: Khachariyawas
Jaipur: Food and civil supplies minister Pratap Singh Khachariyawas said that he realised that he should not have spoken such things, which hurt Mahesh Joshi.
“If someone refutes my point, I feel bad and that is why these words came out in anger,” he told reporters. He said that he has no conflict with Mahesh Joshi. Khachariyawas said that Mahesh Joshi is older than him and he will go to his residence and convince him. PSK’s remarks came soon after Joshi raised objection over the words used for him by Khachariyawas.
“We all have to work unitedly for Congress to form the government again,” he said. Khachariyawas also said that he was with Parsadi Lal Meena on his issue.
I AM A SLAVE OF CONG, WON’T USE BAD WORDS FOR ANYONE: DR JOSHI
Jaipur: Chief Whip DrMahesh Joshi on Friday retaliated on Food & Civil Supplies Minister Pratap S Khachariyawas, saying that he (Joshi) is a slave but a slave to the Congress party, a slave to decency, and a slave of not saying bad words to anyone. Joshi said that he never said anything about anyone or commented on Singh's department. Nor is it his job to create fear. Speaking to the media at his residence, Joshi said that as far as filling of ACR is concerned, a circular has been issued for it in 2008. “The CM has all rights to fill everyone's ACR. The CM sees the entire system from which minister he wants to get the work done,” he said, adding that he didn’t name anyone & everyone has a way of expressing their views. Citing CM’s example, Joshi said that when CM raised slogan of Jai Shri Ram in Assembly, everyone said that it gives energy, but there are some people who are creating fear in name of Jai Shri Ram. “We live in a democracy, we are not a fascist people.”