Jaipur serial bomb blast case: Congress government cannot hide its gross negligence by terminating the service of AAG: Rajendra Rathor


It has been decided to terminate the services of the Additional Advocate General after Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot failed to effectively advocate in the Jaipur serial bomb blast case in the High Court. Deputy Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore has targeted CM Ashok Gehlot regarding this step.

Rajendra Rathore tweeted in this regard that Jaipur serial bomb blast is the biggest terrorist incident in Rajasthan after independence. In this serial bomb blast in Jaipur on May 13, 2008, more than 71 innocent people lost their lives and more than 185 people were injured, due to which the happiness of their families turned into sorrow.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot saw the blame for the acquittal of the four accused convicted in the blast case only in the Additional Advocate General (AAG), while for this he had to consult the State's Advocate General (AG), Director Prosecution and Home Department. The Home Secretary did not appear guilty.

To hide its failure, the state Congress government cannot hide its gross negligence in this matter by terminating the service of AAG and making him a scapegoat.