14 Jan 2024

What did Sachin Pilot, Ashok Gehlot say on Milind Deora leaving Congress?

Congress leader Sachin Pilot has said that every person has the freedom to choose which party or ideology he wants to join, time will tell whether the decision was right or wrong.

Pilot was asked about Congress leader Milind Deora leaving the party and joining Shiv Sena.

Pilot had reached Manipur on Sunday to participate in Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra. There he spoke to the media.

After Milind Deora left Congress, it was being said on social media that in recent years, apart from Sachin Pilot, many young leaders have left the party.

Only those who leave the party decide when to leave: Gehlot

Regarding the timing of Milind Deora leaving Congress, former Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot has said that only those who leave the party decide when to leave.

He said that one should not worry too much about this.

Gehlot has also reached Manipur to participate in 'Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra'.

Gehlot also answered the questions asked regarding Milind Deora's resignation on the day of the launch of Rahul Gandhi's 'Bharat Nyaya Yatra'.

He said that it is the people who decide when to leave the party. He said that one should not worry, those leaving are welcome and those coming are also welcome.

Cong has only one goal: Deora

After joining Eknath Shinde's Shiv Sena, Milind Deora on Sunday attacked his former party Congress.

He said that the party earlier used to give constructive suggestions to take the country forward. Today it has only one goal left and that is to oppose Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Politics of GAIN and PAIN

Deora said that if tomorrow the Prime Minister says that Congress is a good party, then I will oppose it also.

After joining Shiv Sena, Deora said that he believes in the politics of 'GAIN' - Growth, Aspiration, Inclusivity and Nationalism. He said that he does not believe in the politics of PAIN- personal attacks, injustice and negativity.

It is believed that Shiv Sena will field Deora as its candidate from Mumbai South Lok Sabha seat. He has lost the last two Lok Sabha elections from this seat.

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