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Ashok Gehlot accuses BJP of destabilizing state governments of opposition parties

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Ahead of the swearing-in ceremony of and his new cabinet, Chief Minister on Thursday accused the new central government of attempting to "disturb and dismantle state governments of the opposition parties".

Gehlot, however, also extended his wishes to the new government.

"Even before the swearing-in ceremony of newly elected government, they are trying to disturb and dismantle the state governments of the opposition parties including West Bengal, and My best wishes from Jaipur," Gehlot said in a tweet.

In Madhya Pradesh, the had demanded a floor test in the assembly, which was welcomed by Chief Minister Kamal Nath who expressed confidence of emerging victorious.

After a massive drubbing for their alliance in Lok Sabha elections, and JD(S) leaders are in a huddle in with some leaders openly talking about the friction in the coalition.

On Monday, leader KN Rajanna claimed that the coalition government of JD(S) and will collapse after June 10.

Both the states were swept by the in the recently concluded Lok Sabha polls.

The party also broke into Trinamool's bastion in and won 18 seats, close to Mamata Banerjee's 22. Adding insult to injury, three MLAs of the and over 60 councillors crossed over to the BJP recently.

The Prime Minister, along with his cabinet, is scheduled to take oath at 7 pm in the forecourt of the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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First Published: Thu, May 30 2019. 14:29 IST