Congress on backfoot due to fear of split in party, Gehlot camp calm, Pilot supporters outspoken
Rajasthan: Congress on backfoot due to fear of a split in party, Gehlot camp calm, Pilot supporters outspoken
The situation of the Congress party in Rajasthan is becoming explosive, the factionalism in the state Congress is at its peak, and the Congress MLAs are not able to understand what to do, what they will say in the next year's assembly elections and who will vote for. Will ask on the basis The party's high command is troubled by the war of words between Pilot and Gehlot.
The situation of the Congress party in Rajasthan is becoming explosive, the factionalism in the state Congress is at its peak, and the Congress MLAs are not able to understand what to do, what they will say in public in next year's assembly elections and in what basis they will ask for votes. The party's high command is troubled by the war of words between Pilot and Gehlot. Recently, in a media interview, Gehlot even called the pilot a traitor, even before this he has called him worthless and useless, both have an old war of words, but this time Gehlot is openly opposing the pilot and in voice protests. The limit of words is over.
Jairam Ramesh, in charge of the Congress communication department, has spoken of taking tough decisions on the political situation in Rajasthan. Rahul Gandhi is talking about uniting the country in his Bharat Jodo Yatra, but his party's clan is scattered in Rajasthan. Challenges are big in front of Rahul but Rajasthan Congress has emerged as the biggest problem.
Pilot's opposition to Gehlot, the magician of politics, is creating a religious crisis for Congress. Rahul's journey will start in many Gujjar-dominated areas including Sawai Madhopur. In such a situation, it is believed that Sachin Pilot will try to show his mettle during this period, but if Gehlot is to be believed, how can Pilot be the CM's contender, he does not even have 10 MLAs. On the other hand, the leaders of the Pilot group say that Gehlot is defaming us by taking the help of Gurjar leaders.
CM Ashok Gehlot is also being accused of being infatuated with the chair and the Congress, caught in factionalism, is unknowingly tarnishing the image of the party by making such statements, while the Congress high command has also objected to Gehlot's words and refrained from such words. instructed to do.
The question is whether the insurgency in the party should not overshadow Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra in Rajasthan because the party is fiercely divided and Rajasthan is the last Congress-ruled state in the country. Lest the internal tussle eclipse Rahul's journey.