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Raipur: CM Ashok Gehlot called upon party workers and leaders to save country, democracy and the Constitution. He called upon the party leaders to act wisely and only then people with fascist thinking will get a lesson. Gehlot was addressing the public rally at Jora Ground on concluding day of 85th Congress Plenary on Sunday in Raipur.
While mentioning achievements of UPA govt, Gehlot also made allegations of misuse of central agencies. He said that if institutions like the Judiciary and the Election Commission are working under pressure, then it should be understood to what extent the situation has become. He said that wherever elections are held, the ED reaches there first.
“Modi and Shah have come up with a new model of toppling elected govts through horse trading and MP, K’taka and Maharashtra are its examples. Whatever happened in Goa and Manipur is also in front of the public,” he said.
Referring to the political crisis in Rajasthan, Gehlot said that an attempt was made to topple his govt also, but it survived. He said that the fascist forces did not dare to do anything in Chhattisgarh.