Senior BJP leader and election in-charge of party affairs in Rajasthan, Om Prakash Mathur, said that the Congress has lost its self-control and was taking such steps in frustration.

"Statements of the woman and her family members are already there and it is clear that no such incident took place. So, why the Congress took this decision? It shows that they are frustrated," he said.

The Centre had decided four months back to set up the commission but the process got delayed reportedly because of its inability to zero in on a judge.

The case involves snooping of a woman by the Gujarat authorities allegedly at the behest of Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

The commission to probe 'snoopgate' allegedly involving Modi will be in place before the Lok Sabha poll process comes to an end on May 16, the UPA government asserted on Friday rejecting questions raised by the BJP over it.

Exuding confidence in his party, Mathur claimed that the BJP would get 230 seats and the NDA 280 in the Lok Sabha elections.

On a question whether Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje may be entrusted with some responsibility in the Centre after the formation of NDA government, he said that it was hypothetical to talk about it now but any decision will be taken up by the party high-command.

"Raje came back to power with a thumping majority in the state and she has to do a lot of work for the people of Rajasthan. Any decision with regard to any other responsibility will be taken by the party command," he said.


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