Rajasthan politics heats up again with Sachin Pilot’s statement, many Congress leaders also join him

Jaipur: Political agitation has once again intensified in Rajasthan amid the statement that there is no action from the high command on the issues raised by Congress leader Sachin Pilot. While Deputy Leader of Opposition in the Rajasthan Assembly Rajendra Rathod tweeted on Tuesday, citing alleged growing discontent in the Congress, former Deputy Chief Minister Pilot advised him to look into the internal squabbles of his party, the BJP.

Rathod did this tweet
After the pilot’s interview, Rathore tweeted that the pain of the mind has finally come to the lips. When this spark will explode as gunpowder, only time will tell. The then Congress state president Sachin Pilot played an important role in bringing the Congress to power. The issues with the Conciliation Committee are still unresolved. I don’t know what will happen when.

the pilot replied
Pilot tweeted in response to this that BJP leaders in the state should seriously consider their position instead of making useless rhetoric.

The mutual divisions and squabbles are so dominant that even the BJP is unable to play the role of opposition in the state. He further said, “The public will give a befitting reply to those who leave the people alone in the crisis arising in the country due to their failed policies. However, when contacted to discuss the issue, Pilot declined to comment.

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That’s why pilots are angry
Former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot has expressed displeasure over the no action taken by the Central Committee constituted 10 months ago on the issues raised by him. In Rajasthan, the people of the pilot camp are waiting for political appointment and cabinet reshuffle in the government led by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
Earlier, senior pro-Pilot leader and former minister Hemaram Chaudhary, who had recently sent his resignation letter to the Speaker CP Joshi, expressing displeasure with the government over some issues. Ved Prakash Solanki, Ramesh Meena, among other leaders of the pilot camp, had recently expressed concerns by raising their voice against the government.

Many leaders also accompanied the pilot
Congress National General Secretary Bhanwar Jitendra, while giving his reaction on Wednesday, said that if the party high command has made any promise, then it should be fulfilled. Talking to reporters, Singh said that whatever talks have been held with the party high command or general secretary in-charge .. they should complete it. If he raised any issue then I don’t think there is anything wrong in that.

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