Internal rifts in the Rajasthan Congress are an issue. How to bring back dissenting leaders or the Sachin Pilot faction on one platform is a matter of concern for the party.
Jaipur: The Congress has been trying its best to revive the old glory of the party through the Bharat Jodo Yatra. This year, several state assembly elections are scheduled to be held in several states.
Internal rifts in the Rajasthan Congress are an issue. How to bring back dissenting leaders or the Sachin Pilot faction on one platform is a matter of concern for the party. Pilot wants to become the CM of Rajasthan in place of Ashok Gehlot.
The BJP has taken a jibe over the comments made in public by the two leaders this week that have brought the ruling grand old party government under attack from the rival BJP just before the few months of the state assembly polls in Rajasthan.
Pilot made a ‘Jadugar’ (magician) remark regarding the paper leak case investigation against the present government of Ashok Gehlot. After Gehlot made a counterattack on Pilot, calling him “Corona” (a virus) in the party, the saffron party hit back strongly and condemned the Congress party leaders.
Currently, Sachin Pilot has been raising questions about the functioning of Gehlot’s government and leaders. Reacting to this, Union Minister and BJP leader GS Shekhawat said the government and its leaders should understand the pain of the public.
Gehlot in one of the interviews called Pilot “nikamma” (useless) a few months ago. Then the video of his big Coronavirus remarks was widely shared on social media.
On Friday, he once again attacked and said, “You get respect when you give respect,” he said at a gathering. He even told the crowd that you can’t bring back your uttered words. “You can’t take back what you say once.”
Whenever polls come out, we go against each other. It takes place on the basis of issues. Pilot further added that I spoke on the core issues of farmers and youths in the last five days. There were no personal attacks on anyone