However, there was no immediate reaction from the Congress.
Javadekar also alleged that besides the gangrape incident in Alwar, other cases of rape were also reported elsewhere in Rajasthan, which saw polling in two phases on April 29 and May 6.
We therefore demand resignation of Gehlot, he said alleging "failure" of law and order in the state.
"We are condemning the Rajasthan rape incident of a Dalit woman, which was first kept a secret just because there was voting on May 6," he alleged.
The rape had provoked protests across Rajasthan after the victim's husband alleged that the police did not act quickly because of the elections.
He claimed the woman was raped on April 26 and the police informed on April 30, but the FIR was filed only May 7.
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