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Gehlot shows helplessness in public: Rathore
Bharatpur: BJP leader Rajendra Rathore on Saturday targeted the Gehlot Government and said that it is the first cabinet in the history of Rajasthan where its Chief Minister had himself expressed helplessness publicly. Rathore said that wherever Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot goes, he expresses helplessness and thanked its MLAs and ministers to save his government. “The Chief Minister went to Jhunjhunu and publicly said that if Rajendra Gudha had not been there, then his government would not have survived. Similarly, in Sawai Madhopur, Gehlot accepted that if Danish Abrar would not have helped him during the crisis, his government would have fallen,” said BJP leader Rajendra Rathore, who is also the Deputy leader of opposition. “The Chief Minister is doing nothing except politics,” Rathore added.