Jaipur: The stand-off between the Governor and Ashok Gehlot government in Rajasthan continues as Governor Kalraj Mishra on Monday returned the file sent by the state government which requested him to allow the special assembly session in the state.
This was the second time the state government had sent a file to the Governor to get approval on its proposal to call a special assembly session quoting COVID as reasons for discussion.
In the file sent back to the Department of Parliamentary Affairs of the Rajasthan government, the Raj Bhawan office has sought more information from the government and eventually there is nothing yet decided so far on convening the assembly session, confirmed officials.
Now the state government will have to provide the information sought by the Raj Bhawan and then only the process of calling the assembly session can start.
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