Jaipur: Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot has said that he would urge PM Narendra Modi to have at least two days of meetings with Chief Ministers through video conferencing to get information on the condition of coronavirus in various states. CM Gehlot said that his government is worried about the decline in revenue collection in July. CM Gehlot has accused of intensifying 'horse trading' in the state.
Gehlot said that, 'The last meeting with PM Modi through video conferencing took place on 17 June last. I will write a letter to PM Modi and request him to have a discussion with all the Chief Ministers for at least two days, so that everyone has an opportunity to speak. This will give them information about the state of Corona of every state. It will also come to know about what assistance should be given to the states.
Gehlot said that PM Modi should stop the ongoing 'tamasha' in the state. While talking to the press here, Gehlot alleged that the rate of horse-trading has increased now. Gehlot said, 'Narendra Modi, being the PM of the country, should stop the spectacle in Rajasthan.' CM Gehlot said that since the date of the assembly session has been announced, the rate has been increased since then. What a spectacle is this? '