During his meeting with Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was carrying ‘secret’ notes, which have leaked and are currently trending on social media.
New Delhi: During his meeting with Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot was carrying ‘secret’ notes, which have leaked and are currently trending on social media. Gehlot apologised to Sonia Gandhi for the Rajasthan debacle and announced his withdrawal from the party’s presidential race.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has questioned “Who is SP” in response to a picture of a message that read, “SP will leave the party.” The notes and pointers, photographed by Malayala Manorama photographer Suresh Jayaprakash, show Gehlot came fully prepared to put across his side of the story.
One of these read “SP will leave party..observer pehle report dete toh party ke liye achcha hota (It would have been beneficial for the party if observers had provided a report earlier).” Another pointer read, “Pehla Pradesh adhyaksh jisne sarkaar girane ki poori koshish ki (The first state president who worked tirelessly to topple the government)”, and a third read, “102 versus SP + 18.”
Reacting to this, BJP spokesperson Shehzad Poonawalla shared a screenshot of the photo on his Twitter and asked, “Who is the SP that Ashok Gehlot’s ‘leaked note’ (deliberately visible note) speaks of? ”Bharat to Juda hua hai ji, Congress Jodo.”
“SP will leave party”
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Who is SP that Ashok Gehlot’s “leaked note” ((deliberately visible note)) speaks of ?
Congress Jodo… Bharat to Juda hua hai ji 🙏 pic.twitter.com/ZncFLJf4to
— Shehzad Jai Hind (@Shehzad_Ind) September 30, 2022
It is crucial that the supporters of Gehlot’s camp frequently talk of Sachin Pilot as the first state president who tried his best to oust his own government. When Pilot rebelled against Gehlot in 2020, at that time Gehlot had the support of 102 MLAs, and Pilot was able to get the support of just 18 MLAs besides himself.
I have been working as a loyal Congress soldier for the last 50 years, from the time of Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Narasimha Rao, and Sonia Ji, as a central minister or state unit chief, general secretary, or CM, for the third time. I cannot forget that. The events that happened on Sunday have shaken all of us. “Only I know how the message hurt me—I have a lust to remain CM,” Gehlot said.