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KHARGE MEETS CM, UNDERLINES NEED FOR ‘DISCIPLINE’ IN PARTY
Jaipur: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Monday, met with the Observer for the State Mallikarjun Kharge amid the ongoing political crisis. After the meeting, Kharge said that there should be discipline in the party and the party has to be kept united. The remarks regarding the discipline come in line with Ajay Maken’s remark, another observer for the state, who termed the “parallel” meeting called by state Minister Shanti Dhariwal at his residence on Sunday an “undisciplined move”. In the meanwhile, Ajay Maken on Monday stated that the party has never allowed “conditional resolutions” to take place, as against the demands by the group. The two observers returned to the national capital on Monday after the Gehlot camp MLAs refused to meet them. Maken told reporters that three members from the Gehlot camp - Shanti Dhariwal, Dr CP Joshi and Pratap Singh Khachariyawas had met them and put forward three proposals, which they did not accept as it raised conflict of interest. Kharge had a conversation with CM Gehlot at Hotel Marriott & later reached airport. Talking to media, Kharge said, “Everyone is united. Some people are creating an atmosphere, indiscipline won’t be tolerated. Unnecessary new things are being created in media,” he said.