Rajasthan News: A man suddenly sat on a dharna outside the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) office. The person sitting on the dharna has accused Mahesh Joshi, a minister in the Gehlot government, of taking bribe. Now he is sitting on dharna demanding return of his money. On the other hand, Minister Mahesh Joshi, while denying these allegations, has asked that person to file a complaint with the police. This person sat on dharna outside the Congress office for about 15 minutes.
Know what is the matter
A young man from Fatehpur in Sikar district of Rajasthan suddenly sat on a dharna outside the state Congress office in Jaipur. That’s why there was a lot of commotion among the people standing outside the office. When that young man took a placard and sat on the ground to protest there. On which it was written ‘Minister Mahesh Joshi give my money back’. Accusing Minister Mahesh Joshi, he said that money has been taken for some of his work. Now he is on strike to get his money back. Minister Mahesh Joshi came to know about this allegation. So he denied any such incident and advised the person to lodge a complaint with the police. After which the young man ended the picket and went away. By then the video of the incident went viral on social media.
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Congress defended the minister
After this incident that happened outside the Congress office, Congress leader Swarnim Chaturvedi defended the minister and said that Mahesh Joshi does not even know this young man. It is possible that someone has extorted money from this person in the name of getting the work done citing his acquaintance with the minister. Although the minister is considered very close to CM Ashok Gehlot.
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