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Rajasthan political crisis: Sachin Pilot, Vasundhra Raje arrive for Assembly session

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Rajasthan political crisis: Sachin Pilot, Vasundhra Raje arrive for Assembly session

Rajasthan political crisis: Sachin Pilot, Vasundhra Raje arrive for Assembly session

Amid the political crisis in Rajasthan, Congress MLAs reached Jaipur for Assembly session.

Assembly session has been started from today.

Former deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot along with the dissident MLAs arrived at session.

BJP leader Vasundhra Raje also reached for session.

Speaker CP Joshi is likely to take up CM Gehlot's confidence motion.


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