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'All is well that ends well': Cong MLA Vishvendra Singh after CLP meeting

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'All is well that ends well': Cong MLA Vishvendra Singh after CLP meeting

'All is well that ends well': Cong MLA Vishvendra Singh after CLP meeting

Congress Legislature Party (CLP) meeting was held at Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's residence on August 13 ahead of the special session of the Rajasthan Assembly on August 14.

Congress leaders, including Sachin Pilot were present in the meeting.

After CLP meeting, MLA Vishvendra Singh said, "There's nothing to say.

Congress stands united.

All is well that ends well.

It's ended on a very good note.

If BJP wants, they can bring no-confidence motion tomorrow, it is their job.

CM has said that if anyone has any complaint they can meet him, whenever they want."


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