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A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao gave the government time till December 17 "to inform this court with regard to the action taken on the issue in question".
As the Congress neared the majority mark of 100, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje submitted her resignation to Governor Kalyan Singh.
The chief minister won the Jhalrapatan seat with a margin of 34,980 votes by defeating her nearest rival and Congress leader Manvendra Singh, the son of veteran BJP leader Jaswant Singh.
The former royal, who is usually called Maharani, is expected to win her seat Jhalrapatan with a handsome margin but her party appeared headed for a loss to the Congress on Tuesday.
Rajasthan election results HIGHLIGHTS: Vasundhara Raje submits resignation; Gehlot, Pilot frontrunners for CM
Rajasthan has 200 assembly seats, but voting was held in only 199 as polling was countermanded in one seat due to death of a candidate.
Raje is also said to have held several meetings in Jaipur over this past weekend to review the scenario.
Raje has demanded that the Election Commission take cognisance of Yadav's "insulting" remarks and taken action against him.
Yadav clarified later saying it was a mere 'joke' and that his intentions were not to hurt the Chief Minister while Raje insisted that such language will set a bad example for youngsters.
Urging people to vote for development, she said, 'I think they have seen the kind of work in Rajasthan all this time. They must go out and vote for development.'
Yadav on Thursday clarified while talking to ANI that his comment was meant to be a joke.
In a conversation with Rajesh Asnani, Raje says she is confident that her work will help her win
In Dausa, where Modi also played some drums, he made another precision attack on the Congress for neglecting ‘khadi’, connecting it to local history and lore.
Facing flak for the misuse of its platform, WhatsApp on Monday launched its first-ever TV campaign in India as part of its efforts to address the challenge of misinformation and pernicious rumours.
Ironies abound in this town, an unusual one in Rajasthan for its more Muslim townscape.
Criticizing Rajasthan government Sindhia also said that the loan on the state has gone up by three times since the Congress government left in 2013.