19 Mar 2023

Rajasthan: Ashok Gehlot Downplays Differences With Pilot, Says We Will Fight Election Unitedly And Win

New Delhi: Amidst differences with Sachin Pilot, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has said that minor differences continue in every party. With elections round the corner, Gehlot is trying to downplay the infighting in his party and said the elections would be contested unitedly.

Gehlot was talking to the media in Delhi on Sunday after meeting Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge. He said differences are there in every party in every state. Together we will fight the elections, win the elections and form the government. As far as the Chief Minister is concerned, it is always decided by the high command, he said.

Gehlot can draw solace from the fact that the rival BJP is also a divided house, with multiple aspirants, though the Ashok Gehlot-Sachin Pilot rivalry has grabbed more focus.

High command decides CM: Gehlot

Gehlot said that we have been working in the Congress since childhood, always the decision of the Chief Minister is taken by the high command. There is no doubt about it, it never remains a matter of debate. We all fight elections together, win the elections. After that the decision taken by the high command is accepted by all. This has been the tradition and will continue to be so in the future.

Gehlot accepted the differences with Pilot, but also said – differences happen in every party. BJP is in a miserable position in Rajasthan.

People happy with formation of new dists

On the new districts, Gehlot said – There was a very old demand regarding the districts. Rajasthan is the largest state in the country, looking at its geographical location there was a need for districts. After doing a lot of study, we have decided to create 19 districts. People have welcomed it. The public is happy with this.

Modi said a lot of derogatory things about Cong and India in foreign countries 


Gehlot said that what Modi also said a lot of derogatory things about Congress and India in foreign countries. He said- The things that Rahul Gandhi said during Bharat Jodo Yatra and in Delhi. He repeated the same things in London. The Government does not want to form JPC on the issue of Adani, so they have brought the issue of Rahul Gandhi on the pretext.

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