“What happens in Maharashtra, only time will tell. But it is not a good tradition. I think horse-trading is happening there too,” he told reporters in Sikar.
He alleged that BJP did horse-trading first in Madhya Pradesh, then in Rajasthan and now in Maharashtra. “It is a bad sign for the country, for democracy. People should understand these things.”
Hitting out at the Centre, Gehlot alleged that the central government was misusing the Enforcement Directorate, Income Tax and CBI “which is a matter of great concern”.
He said that everyone is nervous and is not speaking. He said, ‘And the politics being done about Hindu-Muslim is also dangerous because if there is violence, there will be no development.’