RLP leader Hanuman Beniwal urges Sachin Pilot to quit Congress amidst Rajasthan political turmoil
The Rajasthan political crisis took an interesting turn when Hanuman Beniwal, the leader of the Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP), called for Sachin Pilot to leave the Congress party.
RLP Leader Hanuman Beniwal calls for Sachin Pilot to Leave Congress Amid Rajasthan Political Crisis
The Rajasthan political crisis took an interesting turn when Hanuman Beniwal, the leader of the Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP), called for Sachin Pilot to leave the Congress party. In a recent interview with Times Now, Beniwal claimed that Pilot was not being treated fairly within the Congress and would be better off starting his own political party.
Beniwal, who has been a vocal critic of the Congress in the past, claimed that the party was only interested in using Pilot for his popularity in the state and had no intention of giving him a significant role in the organization. He also alleged that the Congress was more concerned about the Gandhi family's interests than the welfare of the state.
The RLP leader's comments come at a time when the Rajasthan Congress is facing a leadership crisis, with Pilot's supporters pushing for him to be appointed as the Chief Minister instead of Ashok Gehlot. Pilot, who was previously the Deputy Chief Minister of the state, was removed from his position after he rebelled against Gehlot's leadership last year.
Beniwal's call for Pilot to leave the Congress could have significant implications for the state's politics. Pilot, who is seen as a popular leader in Rajasthan, could potentially start his own party and form a coalition with other opposition parties to challenge the Congress in the upcoming elections.
However, it remains to be seen whether Pilot will take Beniwal's advice and leave the Congress. The former Deputy Chief Minister has not yet responded to the RLP leader's comments.
The Rajasthan political crisis is likely to continue in the coming weeks as the Congress tries to resolve its internal conflicts and prepare for the upcoming state elections. With the RLP and other opposition parties pushing for change, it remains to be seen how the political landscape of Rajasthan will evolve in the coming months.