Days-long deadlock over convening Rajasthan Assembly ended late on Wednesday with Governor Kalraj Mishra summoning the House from August 14. The governor’s decision comes after the Ashok Gehlot Cabinet sent another proposal to him for summoning the Assembly, saying a session should be called on August 14. The fresh proposal reportedly meet the 21-day notice requirement on which Governor Kalraj Mishra was insisting. Mishra had returned proposals for calling a session three times since last week. While rejecting the government proposal earlier, Mishra had said a session can be called at short notice if the agenda is to seek a vote of confidence. Otherwise, 21 days’ notice is needed, he said. The state government was earlier insisting that the session should begin on July 31.