The former Chief Minister also appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to examine and implement the 'Vasundhara model' to fulfill his promise of bringing back black money.
    
"Corruption from top to bottom has become rampant in the state. Serious allegations have been made against Raje and she should come forward to face the charges and order a CBI inquiry. She has no moral right to continue as chief minister", he said.
    
"Raje showed that how black money could be brought and invested in her son's company via Mauritius route. Now, the Centre should examine the 'Vasundhara model' to bring back black money because PM failed to fulfill the promise he had made", Gehlot alleged at a press conference here.
    
He claimed that the 'Vasundhra model' might prove fruitful for Modi government which is silent despite several scams in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, and has not taken action against them.
    
Gehlot also held Raje responsible for the death of former MLA Gurusharan Chhabra who died on November 3 during a dharna demanding a complete ban on liquor in the state. "The CM is the responsible for his death. She did not have a dialogue...to end his agitation which led to his death", the former chief minister said.
    
Gehlot also claimed that Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria has no control over his department and officers and also demanded that he should step down.

 

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