The ongoing dispute between Congress MLAs in Rajasthan over who will succeed chief minister Ashok Gehlot has spurred opposition party leaders to criticise the in-power state administration.
Rajendra Rathore, the deputy leader of the opposition in the Rajasthan assembly, described the crisis amid the state's high-tension political drama as sad on Monday.
"Enough drama, this 'naatak' shouldn't happen. Nothing could be more bad, said Rathore, "because sometimes they spend days at hotels and other times the leaders who control the government join another party.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson stated the party needs to first fix Rajasthan Congress before responding to the Congress' on-going "Bharat Jodo" campaign.