India : "Not consulting the opposition on One Nation, One Election raises doubts": CM Ashok Gehlot India : "Not consulting the opposition on One Nation, One Election raises doubts": CM Ashok Gehlot

India : "Not consulting the opposition on One Nation, One Election raises doubts": CM Ashok Gehlot

Pakistan Bar Council :  Announced a nationwide strike on September 9 India : "Not consulting the opposition on One Nation, One Election raises doubts": CM Ashok Gehlot CM Gehlot said that there is no anti-incumbency in Rajasthan. Regarding the assembly elections, he said that our target is to win 156 assembly seats.  On the occasion of the launch of NDTV's Rajasthan channel, in a special conversation with NDTV Editor-in-Chief Sanjay Puglia, CM Ashok Gehlot gave answers on many issues ranging from One Nation-One Election to anti-incumbency in Rajasthan. CM Gehlot said that there is no anti-incumbency in Rajasthan. Also, regarding the assembly elections, he said that our target is to win 156 assembly seats. He said that it is not right to make the former President the head of One Nation One Election Committee. Let us know 10 big things from the interview of CM Ashok Gehlot.  Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that One Nation-One Election is an example of democracy being in danger. It is not right to make the former President the head of One Nation One Election Committee. He said that not consulting the opposition on this raises doubts. The idea of ​​One Nation, One Election is not new. He said that it would have been better if everyone had decided sitting together.   CM Gehlot has clearly denied anti-incumbency in Rajasthan. Regarding the upcoming assembly elections, he said that our target is to win 156 seats.   Regarding PM Modi, he said that his name will not run in Rajasthan elections. Today a new Rajasthan is being formed.  Also, he has termed the allegations of increase in crime in Rajasthan as wrong. He said that it is wrong to assume that increasing the number of crimes means crime is increasing.  Gehlot government has started many schemes recently. Regarding these, Gehlot said that there is no pressure on the financial situation due to free schemes.   Targeting former Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Vasundhara Raje, he said that Rajasthan has suffered a lot because of Vasundhara Raje. Along with this, he said that the elected governments are being toppled in the country.  He said that Rajasthan is economically most developed in North India.  Chief Minister Gehlot agreed about paper leak cases in Rajasthan that it is a big problem.  He said that the number of tourists in Rajasthan has increased by 80%.   At the same time, he also took a jibe about BJP and said that BJP should know from whom it has been brought up.    Pakistan Bar Council :  Announced a nationwide strike on September 9 The Pakistan Bar Council, speaking to the media in Islamabad on Tuesday, has said that lawyers will strike across the country on the demand of the date of elections on September 9.  Officials of the Pakistan Bar Council, the largest organization of lawyers in Pakistan, say that lawyers will go on strike across the country to demand the date of general elections on September 9.  Talking to the media in the premises of the Supreme Court in Islamabad on Tuesday, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Pakistan Bar Council Hasan Raza Pasha said that there will be a nationwide strike in all of Pakistan on September 9. No lawyer will appear in any court.'  Hassan Raza said that a meeting of the Punjab, Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Islamabad Bar Council committees was convened on the call of the Pakistan Bar Council to take 'practical measures' against the 'current constitutional crisis and inflation'.  According to Hasan Raza Pasha, a resolution was passed in the meeting that the President of Pakistan should fulfill his constitutional responsibility and announce the date of elections under Article 48(5) which is made within 90 days under Article 224.  'Neither do they need to consult anyone because they are the ones who are able to give the history of the constitution.'  A resolution regarding incentives on electricity, gas and telephone bills was also presented in the meeting.  Hasan Raza Pasha said that the current government should end the facility of free bills from the public treasury to 'judges, generals and government officials' within a week under the administrative order.  Regarding missing persons, Hasan Raza Pasha said that the problem of missing persons is increasing in the country. "Bring the missing persons before the courts and bring them to justice if there is an allegation against them."  Hasan Raza Pasha also said that there should be an urgent hearing on the reference against the judges of the Supreme Court by all the bar councils.  He also demanded from the next Chief Justice Qazi Faiz Isa that after taking the oath of office, he will start processing these references.  Hasan Raza Pasha said that he demands the government to withdraw the concessions in utility bills tomorrow and give the date of elections as per the constitution.

CM Gehlot said that there is no anti-incumbency in Rajasthan. Regarding the assembly elections, he said that our target is to win 156 assembly seats.

On the occasion of the launch of NDTV's Rajasthan channel, in a special conversation with NDTV Editor-in-Chief Sanjay Puglia, CM Ashok Gehlot gave answers on many issues ranging from One Nation-One Election to anti-incumbency in Rajasthan. CM Gehlot said that there is no anti-incumbency in Rajasthan. Also, regarding the assembly elections, he said that our target is to win 156 assembly seats. He said that it is not right to make the former President the head of One Nation One Election Committee. Let us know 10 big things from the interview of CM Ashok Gehlot.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that One Nation-One Election is an example of democracy being in danger. It is not right to make the former President the head of One Nation One Election Committee. He said that not consulting the opposition on this raises doubts. The idea of ​​One Nation, One Election is not new. He said that it would have been better if everyone had decided sitting together. 

CM Gehlot has clearly denied anti-incumbency in Rajasthan. Regarding the upcoming assembly elections, he said that our target is to win 156 seats. 

Regarding PM Modi, he said that his name will not run in Rajasthan elections. Today a new Rajasthan is being formed. 
Also, he has termed the allegations of increase in crime in Rajasthan as wrong. He said that it is wrong to assume that increasing the number of crimes means crime is increasing. 
Gehlot government has started many schemes recently. Regarding these, Gehlot said that there is no pressure on the financial situation due to free schemes. 

Targeting former Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Vasundhara Raje, he said that Rajasthan has suffered a lot because of Vasundhara Raje. Along with this, he said that the elected governments are being toppled in the country. 
He said that Rajasthan is economically most developed in North India. 
Chief Minister Gehlot agreed about paper leak cases in Rajasthan that it is a big problem. 
He said that the number of tourists in Rajasthan has increased by 80%.  
At the same time, he also took a jibe about BJP and said that BJP should know from whom it has been brought up. 


Pakistan Bar Council :  Announced a nationwide strike on September 9

The Pakistan Bar Council, speaking to the media in Islamabad on Tuesday, has said that lawyers will strike across the country on the demand of the date of elections on September 9.

Officials of the Pakistan Bar Council, the largest organization of lawyers in Pakistan, say that lawyers will go on strike across the country to demand the date of general elections on September 9.

Talking to the media in the premises of the Supreme Court in Islamabad on Tuesday, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Pakistan Bar Council Hasan Raza Pasha said that there will be a nationwide strike in all of Pakistan on September 9. No lawyer will appear in any court.'

Hassan Raza said that a meeting of the Punjab, Balochistan, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Islamabad Bar Council committees was convened on the call of the Pakistan Bar Council to take 'practical measures' against the 'current constitutional crisis and inflation'.

According to Hasan Raza Pasha, a resolution was passed in the meeting that the President of Pakistan should fulfill his constitutional responsibility and announce the date of elections under Article 48(5) which is made within 90 days under Article 224.

'Neither do they need to consult anyone because they are the ones who are able to give the history of the constitution.'

A resolution regarding incentives on electricity, gas and telephone bills was also presented in the meeting.

Hasan Raza Pasha said that the current government should end the facility of free bills from the public treasury to 'judges, generals and government officials' within a week under the administrative order.

Regarding missing persons, Hasan Raza Pasha said that the problem of missing persons is increasing in the country. "Bring the missing persons before the courts and bring them to justice if there is an allegation against them."

Hasan Raza Pasha also said that there should be an urgent hearing on the reference against the judges of the Supreme Court by all the bar councils.

He also demanded from the next Chief Justice Qazi Faiz Isa that after taking the oath of office, he will start processing these references.

Hasan Raza Pasha said that he demands the government to withdraw the concessions in utility bills tomorrow and give the date of elections as per the constitution.

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