11 May 2023

Rajasthan: Sachin Pilot On Path Of Rebellion, Completes First Day Of Jan Sangharsh Yatra; What Dotasara, Gehlot Said?


AJMER: Congress leader Sachin Pilot started his 'Jan Sangharsh Padyatra' on May 11, increasing the pressure on Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and the Congress high command ahead of the Rajasthan assembly elections. There has been a turmoil in the Congress following the launch of the Yatra. The state Congress termed it as Pilot's personal march and said that it has nothing to do with the party organization.


One who forms factions can never be successful: Gehlot


CM Gehlot has also targeted Pilot without naming him. Gehlot said that I have always tried to take everyone along. Only the one who takes everyone along is successful in a democracy. The one who alienates himself and forms factions can never be successful in life.

Rajasthan Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara said that Sachin Pilot's padyatra is his personal Yatra and has nothing to do with the party organization. This is not the Yatra of the Congress.

Pilot started Jan Sangharsh Yatra from Ajmer. Earlier, Sachin Pilot said that during the tenure of Vasundhara Raje, many cases like corruption, paper leak have come to the fore. When I talked about them, I didn't get any answer.

Jan Sangharsh Pad Yatra will be 125 km long. Sachin Pilot will go among the people and listen to their complaints. The five day will culminate on 15 May. 


Large number of Pilot's supporters joined Yatra


A large number of supporters arrived to support Pilot in this yatra. He said that the yatra is not against any particular person but against corruption. Congress raised the issue of corruption in Karnataka assembly elections, so it is going to get majority there.

During this, the supporters of Pilot holding the tricolor raised slogans in his support. Former minister Rajendra Chaudhary and local leader Mahendra Ralawata were also present. There are also pictures of Mahatma Gandhi, Bhimrao Ambedkar, Bhagat Singh, former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi, former Congress President Sonia Gandhi along with the picture of Pilot in the .

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