In what is likely to be a peace deal offer, chief minister Ashok Gehlot led state cabinet on late Wednesday evening budged from its earlier demand and put forth a fresh proposal of calling the assembly session from 14 August.

According to a news report by Press Trust of India, Governor has agreed to cabinet’s proposal and has summoned the session from 14 August with due social distancing precautions in place.

Congress party feels the new proposal takes care of two things – abiding by the three-week notice while counting from 23 July when the first proposal was moved and sidestepping Governor Kalraj Mishra’s recommendation of putting trust vote as a reason to expedite the process.

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