Not Joining BJP, Says Pilot Congress Asks Him To Admit Mistake

Not Joining BJP, Says Pilot as Congress asks him To admit his mistake. In the midst of rising hypotheses that Congress leader Sachin Pilot, who was sacked as Rajasthan deputy chief minister and Pradesh Congress Committee President on Tuesday, will join BJP, Pilot on Wednesday (June 15) stated that he is not Joining BJP.

Pilot and 18 different MLAs, who are accepted to be his supporters, were given notification by Rajasthan Assembly Speaker CP Joshi on Wednesday (July 15) looking for their answer by July 17. Speaker Joshi gave the notification after the Rajasthan government chief whip Mahesh Joshi stopped a protest with him.

Speaker Joshi gave the notification to Pilot and his supporter MLAs for overlooking the party whip. It is to be noticed that Pilot and 18 renegade MLAs could be sacked from the Congress whenever demonstrated liable of intentionally overlooking the party’s whip.

“Notice gave to Sachin Pilot and 18 other assembly members, for not going to Congress legislative party meetings. On the off chance that they don’t react inside 2 days, at that point, it will be viewed as that they are pulling back their enrollment from CLP,” Rajasthan Congress in-control Avinash Pande told Media.

“May God gives Sachin Pilot astuteness and he doesn’t attempt to bring down govt. He ought to concede his misstep. Entryways were consistently open for him for talks, even today. Be that as it may, presently he appears to have pushed forward of this, so these things don’t make a difference now,” he included.

Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh likewise went after Pilot and said that he was made an MP, a central minister, Rajasthan party president, and Deputy CM at an extremely youthful age yet he neglected to show tolerance. Singh included that Pilot’s activities host been against the party discipline.

The choice to sack Pilot was reported by AICC Randeep Surjewala during a public interview. The Congress chose to show the entryway to Tonk MLA after he avoided the second meeting of congress legislative party on Tuesday in Jaipur.

In the wake of being expelled from the post of Deputy Chief Minister and the state president, Sachin Pilot just said that reality can be upset yet not crushed. It was additionally detailed that Pilot would address a question and answer session on Wednesday in Delhi however sources guaranteed that the Tonk MLA would not converse with the media on Wednesday.

The political emergency in Rajasthan began on Sunday (July 12) after Pilot raised the flag of rebel against CM Gehlot and made an impression on the gathering that he may stop the gathering with this supporter MLAs. The pilot guaranteed in certain meetings that he has the help of more than 30 MLAs.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyright © 2023 ANN All Rights Reserved