Ashok Gehlot calls Sachin Pilot Nikamma, Nakara and Good for nothing

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today openly attacked Sachin Pilot. During this time, he crossed all limits and called Sachin Pilot good for nothing.

Ashok Gehlot calls Sachin Pilot Nikamma, Nakara and Good for nothing

New Delhi: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today openly attacked Sachin Pilot. During this time, he crossed all limits and called Sachin Pilot good for nothing. After what Gehlot said today, it does not seem that Sachin Pilot would like to remain in Congress.

He said that we never questioned Sachin Pilot. Within the last seven years, Rajasthan is the only state where no demand was made to replace the state Congress president, but Sachin Pilot stabbed the Congress back. Nobody would have thought that such a decorator was hiding behind a simpe face.

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Sachin is worthless:

Ashok Gehlot said, ‘Not even a small news has been read that someone should remove Pilot Sahab from the post of Congress State President. We knew that he is worthless, is denied, is not doing anything, is fighting empty people. But I have not come here to sell brinjal, I have come as the Chief Minister. We do not want anyone to speak against them, everyone has respected them.

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In the midst of the ongoing political struggle in Rajasthan for the last few days, Monday i.e. today is very important. Today there are chances of big decisions, which will clear a lot about the politics of Rajasthan. Actually, a decision can come today on the petition filed by the Sachin Pilot camp in the Rajasthan High Court. The future of Gehlot government rests on this decision.

The decision of the High Court in the ongoing debate between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Pilot for the power of Rajasthan has many significance. The MLAs of the Sachin camp filed a petition in the High Court against the notice of the Speaker, which was heard on Friday.

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