In an attack on Gehlot, Sachin Pilot demands “action” against the rebellious Congress MLAs.
According to Sachin Pilot, action would be taken against the Congress shortly because it is an established party with universally accepted rules.
On Wednesday, Congress leader Sachin Pilot once more made it clear (albeit indirectly) that he and Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot do not get along. Pilot also stated that he anticipates the party’s new president, Mallikarjun Kharge, to take action against the Congress MLAs in the state who rebelled against the party.
“The Congress is a traditional party with equal rules for all members, regardless of age. Pilot told reporters in Jaipur, “I am confident that the incoming president, Mallikarjun Kharge, would act. Party observer KC Venugopal has also stated that a decision regarding “the Rajasthan crisis” will be made shortly.
“Following a thorough investigation by observers Ajay Maken and Kharge, the AICC determined that it was a case of indiscipline. Three people received messages from the party, and it was discovered that they had already responded. However, as the Congress is a venerable party with uniform norms for all, action would soon be taken against them “Former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan stated.
He said, however, that Gehlot had apologised to Sonia Gandhi, the party’s then-leader, for the disobedience his supporters displayed.
A number of Gehlot-aligned MLAs filed resignation letters in September in response to a potential plan to choose Pilot as the next chief minister. Gehlot was the front-runner for the position of Congress national president at the time. Gehlot later declared that he would not run for president of the Congress because he accepted moral accountability for the state’s political problems.
In response to the chief minister’s accolades from the prime minister, Pilot made fun of him.
“It’s intriguing that yesterday’s praise from the PM was for (CM). It shouldn’t be treated casually. Since we all witnessed what occurred after the PM similarly complimented Gulam Nabi Azad in the Parliament,” he remarked.
Gehlot claimed on Tuesday that Modi enjoys respect throughout the world because he governs a nation with a long history of democracy. Speaking at a public event at Mangarh Dham in Banswara, Rajasthan, Gehlot claimed that India has written history for the world since democracy is still thriving there more than 70 years after the nation gained its freedom.
“Modi gains a lot of respect when he travels abroad. Because he is the prime minister of Gandhi’s nation, where democracy has deep roots and is still strong more than 70 years after independence, he is respected “said he.