Rajasthan: Relief to CM Ashok Gehlot in Gajendra Singh defamation case, but increased tension of Union Minister


For the last few days, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot and Union Minister Gajendra Singh are coming face to face in the Sanjivani Cooperative case. In this matter, a big decision has come on Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot from Delhi's Rouse Avenue Court. In the Sanjivani cooperative case, Gajendra Singh had filed a defamation case against the CM.

In this case, the arguments of the lawyers of the Shekhawat and Gehlot side have been completed. After which everyone's eyes were on the court's decision. The court has currently stayed the issuing of summons to Ashok Gehlot. Along with this, the Joint Commissioner of Delhi Police has also ordered an inquiry into the matter.

According to information, Ashok Gehlot blamed Gajendra Singh Shekhawat several times in the Sanjivani cooperative case. On this statement of his, Shekhawat has filed a defamation case. On the other hand, Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat has reached the High Court in the Sanjivani Credit Co-operative Society case. Shekhawat is feared to be arrested in the case registered in SOG.