Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot declared open rebellion to congress
Jaipur, 13 JulRajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot announced open rebellion, and claimed the Ashok Gehlot government from the nation is in minority,” Congress leader Avinash Pande on Monday stated 109 MLAs’ve signed a letter of assistance to the ministry. He explained a whip was issued to each of the party MLAs, requesting them to attend to the Congress Legislature Party meeting at 10.30 am.
“Action will be taken from individuals who bypass the assembly,” Pande said.
A few other MLAs have spoken to the ministry over the telephone and they’ll also sign the letter,” he told colleagues in the CM”s dwelling at the wee hours.
Pande said that the BJP was supporting the “conspiracy” to ditch the Ashok Gehlot government but it is going to finish its duration.
The BJP is attempting to destabilize the Congress administration and wishes to replicate what they failed at Madhya Pradesh. However, the MLAs are completely with the authorities and the party,” he explained.
From the 200-member Rajasthan Assembly, the Congress includes 107 MLAs along with the BJP 72.
The Congress has the help of 10 from 13 independents, along with other party MLAs such as Rashtriya Lok Dal (1), that is its own president. The Congress also believes Bhartiya Tribal Party (2) and CPI (M) (2) MLAs because of their own supporters.
Pilot on Sunday asserted the Gehlot government is at minority since over 30 Congress MLAs have “vowed support” into him.
Rajasthan deputy CM and Congress chief Sachin Pilot to not attend Congress legislative party meeting scheduled to be held elsewhere. Pilot says Ashok Gehlot government is currently in minority following over 30 Congress plus a few independent MLAs have vowed aid to Sachin Pilot stated a statement circulated by a WhatsApp group run by Pilots workplace.
Pilot’s rebellion and deepening political crisis had been discussed in a late night meeting in the ministry’s dwelling at which Pande and Randeep Surjewala were current.
The party MLAs and separate legislators also reached the main minister’s house and voiced optimism in Gehlot’s direction, the Congress explained.