After jansunwai, Gehlot flies to Mumbai to wave his magic wand

Thousands attend CM’s public hearing where officials were told to tend to their grievances.

Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was in Jaipur on Monday and reserved his time since early in the morning to hold jansunwai at the CMR. Thousands of people reached 8, Civil Lines and waited for their turn to meet the CM and hand out their grievances.

An interesting incident occurred when seeing the line of specially abled individuals, CM himself went straight towards them and heard them out patiently. Various issues related to public welfare were brought to the CM’s notice by individuals. After lending them a patient ear, Gehlot gave instructions to officials on the spot to find solutions to their problems.

Meanwhile, after the jansunwai, the CM travelled to CMO where he chaired the Cabinet meeting and approved various proposals. The Cabinet meet, that went on for 45 minutes resulted in several major decisions, especially on indirect elections of mayor and chairmen of local bodies.

Meanwhile around 2 pm, the CM left for Mumbai and reached the Maharashtra capital at 4.30 pm. Upon reaching Mumbai, Gehlot went straight to the Congress party war room where he was welcomed by several Congress leaders including his trusted aide and Medical and Health Minister Dr Raghu Sharma, who is already camping in Mumbai for the Assembly elections.

Gehlot also took on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that democracy is in danger in the current environment.
“The independent agencies like ED and CBI are being misused. Congress leaders like Praful Patel are being troubled unnecessarily. People of this country will teach them a lesson in the next elections,” Gehlot said.