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Bikaner: Taking a dig at the Gehlot govt, Union Minister GS Shekhawat on Saturday said that the Rajasthan government is engaged in saving itself.
He alleged that the State Government is not able to bring the schemes worth crores of rupees of the Centre on the ground.
Shekhawat, who was on a visit to Bikaner to attend a programme, said that the state government is not able to do any work and ministers are engaged in exposing the government.
A minister is saying that if the CM isn’t changed, then the number of MLAs of Congress will reduce to such a small number after polls that they can travel together in a Fortuner vehicle,” he said.