Big news is coming at this time related to the politics of Rajasthan. According to information from sources, Congress leader Sachin Pilot will not join the BJP after leaving the Congress.
There can be heavy changes in Rajasthan politics today. The hope of reconciliation between CM Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot is almost over.
The Congress has the numbers and its both candidates will win the upcoming Rajya Sabha polls in the state, said Rajasthan Deputy CM Sachin Pilot while asserting that there are no chances of the BJP winning a second seat.
Sachin Pilot on Tuesday accused the Centre of doing politics over the issue of migrant labourers and derided it for not coming up with a concrete policy to help the workers
The party had decided to take out a flag march raising 'Save India, Save Constitution' slogans against the policies of the Centre on its 135th foundation day.
As his party prepares for local body polls, Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot said on Thursday that people were liking the Congress government's working and that efforts will be made on war footing to implement the promises made in the election manifesto.
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi had a series of visitors on Tuesday with his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra as well as Rajasthan's ruling duo Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot calling on him amid rumblings of discontent in the state and his insistence on quitting.
"Poll campaigns should be run on the issues of governance, investment etc. The Congress carried out a positive election campaign, unlike the BJP, which did not show its report card. No leader of the BJP is ready to talk about jobs, which is the core issue," the Rajasthan deputy chief minister told reporters at the party office here.