The political row over the audio tapes endured on Sunday after the congress demanded the resignation of union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat for his alleged role in the conspiracy to topple the Ashok Gehlot authorities. “if union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat is claiming that it isn't his voice and the reference within the audio clip is of a few different Gajendra Singh, then why is he frightened of giving voice samples?” congress leader ajay maken asked. The ministry of domestic affairs has sought a record from the Rajasthan authorities over alleged phone-tapping a day after the kingdom filed firs over audiotapes purportedly showing a plot to topple it. Late on Saturday evening, PTI stated that the union home ministry had sent a communique to the Rajasthan chief secretary, seeking a record at the allegations of phone tapping. In the meantime, chief minister Ashok Gehlot is probably to call for a short meeting session on Wednesday to prove his strength within the residence after former deputy chief minister Sachin pilot claimed the government has been reduced to a minority. Gehlot has claimed to have the guide of 109 MLAs in the 2 hundred-member house.