Jaipur, Aug 26: Former Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje would hold a meeting on Wednesday, Aug 26 to discuss programs of forthcoming Assembly session
According to sources, the issue of electing a new Leader of Opposition as per the direction of party's high command is not likely to figure in the meeting.
Raje, who has been asked by the BJP central leadership to resign from the leadership of the party's legislature wing is, appears to be in no mood to quit.
She returned to Jaipur on Tuesday, Aug 25, evening from Delhi after holding meetings with party chief Rajnath Singh and Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha L K Advani.
According to party's deputy whip Rajendra Rathore; the meeting is likely to take up the issue of suspension of three MLAs from the State Assembly.
Speaker Deepender Singh Shekhavat suspended MLAs Gyandeo Ahuja, Bhawani Singh Rajawat and Hemsingh Bhadana on July 28 for the remaining period of the Assembly.
The BJP, which boycotted all the legislative committee meetings, in protest against the suspension will decide on attending the House Business Advisory Committee (BAC) meeting to fix the agenda for the remaining days of the session.
Sources reported that legislators are willing to boycott the committees till the cancellation of the suspension.