Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was shown black flags by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad outside Rajasthan University on Tuesday afternoon. The protesting students came in front of the CM’s vehicle and started raising slogans. Due to the sudden turn of events, the police lathi-charged the protesting students. Police detained ABVP Rajasthan unit president Bharat Bhushan Yadav, secretary Rohit Meena, Dev Palsania, Gulzar Meena, Manu Dadhich.
In fact, Chief Minister Gehlot had gone to inaugurate the student union office at Law College on Tuesday. While the CM was returning after the programme, ABVP workers protested and showed black flags on the issue of honoring the heroines.
Earlier, while addressing the program, CM Gehlot said that the leaking of paper brings defamation to the government, but this is happening across the country. Papers from army to court have been leaked. Gehlot said that we had made arrangements from bus to food. The paper leak backfired on him.
CM Ashok Gehlot said that we want that the youth of Rajasthan should not be left behind in the country. A medical college is being set up in every district. Rajasthan has become the medical hub of the country.