According to residents of Kaludi village, a dispute broke out Meghwal and Rajpurohit communities after a complaint was filed against two upper caste boys for allegedly making casteist comments on social media.
The journalist, Durg Singh Rajpurohit, told reporters in Jaipur on Sunday that contrary to the charges against him in the complaint, he had never visited Patna. He claimed that he was wrongly apprehended by Barmer police “who did not follow procedures”.
As Rajasthan goes to polls later this year, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje is seeking people's mandate during her 40-day 'Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra' that was flagged off in Rajsamanand district on Saturday by BJP president Amit Shah.
Vasundhara Raje will traverse more than 6,000 km during the 40-day tour of the state. But for the residents of Garbhor, the village where the temple is situated, not much has changed since 2003, when Raje started her Parivartan Yatra after seeking blessings from Charbhuja Ji, another name for Vishnu.
Members of the outfits allege that this is being done by the government in order to affect protests planned by the Rajput community during the 40-day Rajasthan Gaurav Yatra announced by CM Vasundhara Raje, starting on August 4.
State Congress chief Sachin Pilot said in a statement that by training his guns on the Congress, the PM has made it clear that his intention is to target the party that is constantly becoming stronger in Rajasthan.
BJP state general secretary Bhajanlal Sharma said the fact that the party has won 13 of the 27 seats shows that the public has rejected the ‘negative publicity’ of the Congress against the development-centric and public welfare schemes of the state government.
According to the chargesheet, accessed by The Indian Express, it was found during investigation that while submitting its bid to NRHM, Rajasthan, ZHL had filed two documents — regarding its consortium with ICET, Netherlands —with forged signatures.