Rajasthan Crisis Latest News: A day after Governor Kalraj Mishra approved the revised proposal of the state government to hold the Assembly session from August 14, media reports surfaced that the Team Pilot is getting ready to attend it. Also Read - Rajasthan Door To Door Survey: 7 Lakh Show Fever, Cold And Cough Symptoms | Details Here

Rebel leader Sachin Pilot and 18 other MLAs, who are camping at a hotel in Haryana, reportedly said that they will attend the session. However, they are asking for protection to return to Jaipur for the assembly session. Also Read - Rajasthan Government Announces Complete Lockdown From May 10 to May 24 Amid COVID Cases Surge

Talking to NDTV, one of the rebel MLAs said that they want to attend the Assembly session. But so far, no date has been fixed for their return to Jaipur. Also Read - 'No Mask No Movement': Rajasthan Launches New Campaign to Break Chain of Coronavirus in State

It is believed that if these rebel MLAs do not attend the Assembly session, they will automatically be disqualified from the Assembly. At present, these MLAs are fighting Speaker CP Joshi’s move to disqualify them.

The development comes after rejecting Governor Kalraj Mishra on Wednesday approved the revised proposal sent by the state government requesting to convene special assembly session on August 14 after holding a cabinet meeting in the evening.

Earlier on Wednesday, the Governor had rejected the revised proposal of the Ashok Gehlot government for the third time while Gehlot, soon after the rejection of the proposal, met him for the fourth time to end the deadlock between the two.

Looking at the reaction of the Governor, CM Gehlot claimed that a conspiracy is being hatched to topple his government, but asserted that the party stood strong in the face of a political onslaught.