Political Harmony: The parties may be different, but there is never a permanent enmity between the politicians. Apart from politics, mutual harmony is often seen among the leaders of all the parties inside. One such case has come up in Rajasthan. The Ashok Gehlot government of the state has decided to withdraw more than ten years old political cases registered against more than five dozen politicians of the state. Look at the goodwill of the government, out of which four dozen cases are against BJP leaders.
There is an old saying that you scratch my back and I am yours. It seems that the Congress government of Rajasthan is also working on this basis. Now the government is going to withdraw more than ten years old cases of dharna-demonstration, blocking of roads and obstructing government work. There are about 48 such leaders of BJP who have such cases against them. These include Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, BJP MLA Chandrakanta Meghwal, former MLA Bhawani Singh Rajawat and former MLA Anil Jain. The Congress government itself had filed a case against Bhavani Singh in the year 2012, which is now ready to be withdrawn.
Rajasthan government seeks approval from High Court
To withdraw such cases, the Rajasthan government has sought approval from the High Court. In fact, in the year 2021, the Supreme Court had ordered that it would be necessary to take permission from the concerned High Court for the withdrawal of cases registered against MPs and MLAs.
A total of 64 cases have been registered against the MLAs.
Due to this order, the government has sought approval from the High Court for withdrawal of such cases. A total of 64 cases were registered against MPs and MLAs in Rajasthan till December 2021. Out of these, in total 36 cases, even challans have been presented. This is the first case across the country to seek approval from the High Court in such cases. The number of such cases registered against MPs and MLAs in the country is about five thousand.