Government officials in Rajasthan have no work? Will invite door to door for CM’s ‘Iftar party’, order of Congress government


Jaipur: Congress has often been accused of Muslim appeasement, now that these allegations are true, an order from the Rajasthan Congress government has come out which is making headlines. The order is for CM Ashok Gehlot’s Roza Iftar party. In this order, district government employees were instructed to invite Muslim leaders to join CM Gehlot’s Roza Iftar party.

A decree issued by the Cabinet Secretariat to the District Collectors stipulated that the officers sitting in the districts should invite the Muslim leaders sitting in the village-Dhani to their homes for the Roza Iftar feast of cm Gehlot. This CM Roza Iftar party is proposed on April 23. Experts say this is the first time government officials have been given such a position. So far, Muslim leaders have only been informed by telephone.

The order said CM Gehlot is hosting a Roza Iftar party at Civil Lines on April 23. The letter asked collectors to send the messenger to Jaipur with a list of Muslim leaders in their district, who would receive invitations from the secretariat for the CM Iftar feast. After receiving the invitation letter for the iftar party from cm on behalf of the muslim leaders of the secretariat, the district collector of the district assigned the responsibility of forwarding the invitation letter to the relevant leaders in his region to the tahsildars . A written order has been issued for the same. The Tahsildars were instructed to forward the invitation letters to the concerned Muslim leaders through a special messenger after receiving the invitation letter.

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