Congress MLAs staying at Suryagarh hotel are insult to Rajasthan’s people: Gajendra Singh Shekhawat

NEW DELHI: Amid the political stir in Rajasthan, Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Saturday took a tig at the Congress MLAs staying at Suryagarh Hotel in Rajasthan's Jaisalmer, saying that they are 'adding insult to injury' on the people in the state.
In a tweet, Union Minister of Jal Shakti said that "MLAs are behaving like guests at a wedding."

सूर्यगढ़ पैलेस में कांग्रेसी विधायकों के बारातियों की तरह संगीत और भोज का आनंद लेते दृश्य कोरोना महामारी, टिड्डी दल…

— Gajendra Singh Shekhawat (@gssjodhpur) 1596860005000

"The pictures of Congress MLAs at Surygarh hotel — like the wedding guests from the groom's side enjoying music and food — are adding insult to injury on the people in the state who are fighting against Covid-19 pandemic, locust attacks and failed administration," Shekhawat tweeted.
Those Congress MLAs, who are supporting chief minister Ashok Gehlot are lodged at the hotel since July 31. They were seen singing songs, watching movies, and doing yoga at the hotel.
Rajasthan Assembly session is scheduled to begin on August 14.
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