The CBI has also named Deen Dayal Vohra, Amrit Lal Bandi, Brijesh Jairam Nath, Nitin Kumar Shah, Sunil Sharma and Praveen Saraf among others as accused in the FIR, they said.
The CBI carried out searches at the premises of Agrasen Gehlot after it registered a fresh case of corruption against him.
Political observers said the government seemed far more stable than in the first two years.
Ashok Gehlot said administering the booster dose and the vaccination of children has started in many countries and the central government should also take a decision in this regard.
BJP will never topple govt, it will come to power in Rajasthan with strong mandate in 2023: Amit Shah
Amit Shah exuded confidence that the BJP will win the 2023 assembly elections in Rajasthan with two-thirds majority.
'All ministers resigned in the meeting,' Pratap Singh Khachariyawas, who held the charge of the transport minister, told reporters.
Ashok Gehlot, however, urged the Narendra Modi-led government to further reduce the fuel prices by Rs 10-15 per litre, saying though this would mean a loss of around Rs 3,500 crore for Rajasthan.
The Centre on November 3 had cut excise duty on petrol by Rs 5 and on diesel by Rs 10 to bring down fuel rates in the country.
With the win, the tally of the Congress in the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly reached 108 against BJP's 71 MLAs.
Gehlot’s remarks at a public rally near Jaipur have got political circles buzzing.
Top leaders remained tight-lipped. Congress’s Rajasthan in-charge Ajay Maken told the media after the meeting there was ‘nothing special’.
The 70-year-old Congress leader has been advised to take rest for the next few days and he will be under the supervision of doctors at his residence.