Congress issues notice to Sachin Pilot and other Rebel MLAs

The political drama in Rajasthan continues on Wednesday. Sachin Pilot, who was removed from the post of Deputy CM and State President after pulling from CM Ashok Gehlot, can come forward today to present his point.

New Delhi: The political drama in Rajasthan continues on Wednesday. Sachin Pilot, who was removed from the post of Deputy CM and State President after pulling from CM Ashok Gehlot, can come forward today to present his point.

Congress offered Sachin Pilot to express his opinion in Party office but he did not come in any meeting. Now, today Sachin Pilot will address media. He organised a press conference for expressing his thoughts and further plans.

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Many congress leaders in Pilot’s support:

The resignation phase has started in Congress in support of Sachin Pilot. Pilot faction leaders in Congress have started leaving the Congress party.

In Rajasthan, NSUI state president Abhimanyu Punia has also resigned from his post in support of Sachin Pilot.

After which the state Congress has appointed Abhishek Chaudhary as the new president of NSUI in place of Abhimanyu Punia. PCC secretaries Prashant Sahdev Sharma and Rajesh Chaudhary resigned from their posts.

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All big leaders including BJP’s Om Mathur have already said that if Sachin Pilot comes to BJP then he is welcome.

In such a situation, it is believed that today Pilot can clear their stand. There is also speculation about his new party. Even today the picture can be cleared to a great extent.

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Gehlot has started keeping an eye on the MLAs, fearing that the MLA should revolt and fall Ashok Gehlot’s government. They are continuously in touch with them.

On the other hand, BJP has also become active. Taking a dig at the Gehlot government, BJP state president Satish Poonia said that the government has lost the trust of the people and now it is time to leave.

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