The woes of the Congress, which is reeling underneath the exit of Jitin Prasada, could have begun with stories of former Rajasthan deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot reaching Delhi on Friday amid rumours of discontentment.
The senior occasion chief is at the moment in Dausa to mark his father’s dying anniversary and has requested his supporters to not go to him there. He will probably be in Jaipur at 11am to protest in opposition to rising gasoline costs.
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The MLAs of his camp had expressed displeasure over the delay by the Congress in resolving the problems raised by their chief. Around half-a-dozen MLAs near Pilot met him at his Civil Lines residence in Jaipur on Thursday.
Former minister Vishvendra Singh held a one-on-one assembly with the previous Union minister earlier on Thursday. Later, Ved Prakash Solanki, Mukhesh Bhakar and Ramniwas Gawria met Pilot. Rakesh Pareek additionally reached his residence.
Solanki, Bhakar and Gawria raised questions on the delay within the cupboard enlargement and political appointments by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. They mentioned they are going to combat inside the Congress occasion and firmly stand with Pilot.
“All of us are elevating our voice for the power of the occasion. Those who query our allegiance to the Congress should not well-wishers of the occasion,” Solanki, the MLA from Chaksu (Jaipur), instructed reporters after assembly Pilot.
This just isn’t the primary time that rumours of an inner tiff have surfaced. Gehlot and Pilot supporters have been at loggerheads at common intervals ever since Gehlot grew to become chief minister.
He mentioned the Congress high-command ought to take heed to Pilot and resolve the problems raised by him.
“(Congress chief) Navjot Singh Sidhu was heard in Punjab inside 10 days, however even after 10 months in Rajasthan, the problems raised by Pilot haven’t been resolved. When Sidhu may be heard in Punjab in 10 days, why not Pilot?” Mr Solanki requested.
“There has been no dialogue or hearings on the calls for raised by us,” he mentioned.
“I’ve been saying this repeatedly that governance ought to be decentralised, and political appointments ought to be accomplished as quickly as potential,” Solanki mentioned.
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