The Congress crisis in Rajasthan appears to have ended with the intervention of top leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra who met rebel leader Sachin Pilot earlier this week.
The Governor also asked the Gehlot government to make all efforts to check the spread of coronavirus and focus on development work in the state.
Analysts saw in it an attempt to create more wriggle room for the BJP and Sachin Pilot, who is leading the 19 rebel lawmakers.
Congress had on Friday given the call for demonstrations in all district headquarters against the "conspiracy to murder democracy" and to press the governor for convening an Assembly session.
The Rajasthan CM paraded his MLAs at Raj Bhawan and demanded immediate Assembly session for floor test.
Sources, however, said the resorts are not likely to submit the details to the police as the managements argue that they do not fall under the jurisdiction of Rajasthan.
Maken said Shekhawat has no moral authority to continue as a Union Minister and should resign so that the investigation is not influenced.
Congress has had a history of grooming young leaders and making them chief minsiters very early. Digvijaya Singh and Ashok Gehlot became CMs for the first time when they were in their mid-forties.
He told reporters that Pilot should free the Congress MLAs who are staying in two luxury hotels and under the security of the Haryana police.
Sources said the decision has come in the wake of Sachin Pilot's sacking as the deputy chief minister and the state Congress chief.
Randeep Singh Surjewala held a press conference in Jaipur along with Rajasthan Congress in-charge, Avinash Pandey and Congress leader Ajay Maken.
The Congress said 109 MLAs have already expressed support for Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, rejecting the claim by Deputy Chief Minister and the party's state unit president Sachin Pilot.
The BJP has, however, denied any involvement in the ongoing feud within the Rajasthan Congress.