CM Ashok Gehlot Lashes Out At Sachin Pilot Over Rajasthan Political Crisis

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CM Ashok Gehlot Lashes Out At Sachin Pilot Over Ra

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot lashed out at the BJP and state’s former deputy CM and party leader Sachin Pilot amid the political crisis in Rajasthan for a week. He said that a few days ago the purchase and sale of MLAs was going on. We have evidence of this. If we had not transported our MLAs to the hotel 10 days ago, then what is happening in Manesar today would have been happening then.

Without naming Sachin Pilot, he said that speaking good English, making beautiful statements, and looking attractive is not all. What’s in your heart for the country, your ideology, policy, and commitment, also matters.

Gehlot also said that he has been in politics for 40 years and loves the younger generation very much. He said that only the new generation of people became Union ministers, became the presidents of states and the future belongs to the young generation. Gehlot said what did we do in our era, if the new generation had to go through it then they’d understand everything.

CM Ashok Gehlot has been seen in such an aggressive attitude for the first time since the crisis started in the state. Hours before his aggressive stance, Sachin Pilot had made it clear that he would not go to BJP. He is still with the Congress.

Meanwhile, the Congress Party has dissolved all the district committees and block committees of Rajasthan with immediate effect. Rajasthan Congress in-charge Avinash Pandey said that new committees will be formed soon.

Meanwhile, senior Congress leader Salman Khurshid has also reacted to the Sachin Pilot fiasco. He said, 'Interesting that many of our colleagues have become ‘leaders’ because of generous support of top leadership and demand more support because of being ‘leaders’. Trust and allegiance cannot be conditional. It is there or it is not.’

Khurshid also said that it should be easy to resolve disputes in the family but sometimes it is worse to have such people in the family. At the same time, he said that it is legitimate to expect respect and affection but seeking evidence to prove the relationship weakens the relationship. In the end, he said that first be human, then negotiate.

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