Leader of Opposition in Rajasthan Assembly Rameshwari Dudi dubbed Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje as "MoU Expert" saying that she lags in following-up any project.
"However, the Chief Minister in her statements had claimed that in any case 26 per cent government shareholding in refinery will not be accepted at any cost," Dudi said.
He raised suspicion that the revised MoU may not flop like MoUs worth Rs 3.21 lakh crore in 'Resurgent Rajasthan'.
Dudi said the Raje is an "MoU Expert" but she lags in following-up any project.
He challenged the chief minister for an open discussion on refinery project in the state Assembly session scheduled to begin on April 24.
"The refinery is an important project for the state. The chief minister should not present misleading facts. It should be debated in the House so that people know the truth," he said.
Dudi claimed that Raje's obstinacy in last four years have resulted into direct loss of Rs 80,000 crore.
"Had the project started after foundation laying ceremony, state could have earned Rs 20,000 crore revenue every year," the leader of opposition claimed.
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