14 Jan 2023

Rajasthan Congress Crisis: Sachin Pilot Announces To Go Among Public, What Party Will Do Now

Jaipur: In the backdrop of former Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot's announcement to start meetings and public relations in the state from January 16, the Congress said on Friday that a solution would be found in Rajasthan which would be beneficial for the organization and will strengthen the party.

Pilot had announced on Thursday that he would go among public in different districts of the state and  start public meetings and public relations programmes in Rajasthan next week.

Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh told reporters in response to a question, "Congress President (Kharge), our in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa and many leaders are engaged in finding some solution.”

We saw unity in party during Bharat Jodo Yatra

Ramesh said further, "We have seen the unity, discipline and solidarity in the party during the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Rajasthan. I am sure that some or the other solution will be found, which will be beneficial for the organization. Party is more important than individuals.”

He also said, 'Organization is paramount. The path which Kharge ji, Randhawa ji and all the leaders will find will strengthen the Congress. People will come, people will go. Rahul ji has clearly said, both the persons (Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot) are valuable assets for our party. I cannot say anything more than this.”

Sachin Pilot's tweet cause stir

Pilot tweeted, 'I will be among the public and workers in different districts of Rajasthan. The programme of public meetings and public relations will be as follows: January 16 - Nagaur, January 17 - Hanumangarh, January 18 - Jhunjhunu, January 19 - Pali and January 20 - Jaipur.'

Politics of oppression

On the other hand, Jairam Ramesh again claimed on Friday that CBI action has taken against former Finance Secretary Arvind Mayram because he took part in 'Bharat Jodo Yatra. He said, 'This is politics of vengeance, politics of oppression. But this journey is not going to stop...’

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