Jaipur: After the removal of Sachin Pilot from the Cabinet on behalf of the Congress in Rajasthan, the BJP is keeping an eye on the current political situation. According to the information, BJP leaders churned on this issue throughout the day on Tuesday. According to sources, it is being said that on Wednesday, senior leaders of the BJP will discuss the political developments in Rajasthan. Senior leaders of the party will be present in the meeting including former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje, State President Satish Poonia, BJP National Vice President Om Mathur.
Everyone’s eyes are fixed on the next step of Sachin Pilot. According to sources, it is being said that he can announce his next step by holding a press conference at 10 is on Wednesday. After disciplinary action by the party against him, he has kept quiet on the next step.
Pilot playing in BJP’s hand
On the other hand, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said on Tuesday that Sachin Pilot, who revolted, has nothing in his hand and he is only playing in the hands of the BJP. The BJP wanted to repeat the Madhya Pradesh game in Rajasthan as well, and all this was going on for the last six months.
Gehlot said that Pilot and other ministers and MLAs who went with him were given a chance but they neither attended the Congress Legislature Party meeting on Monday nor Tuesday. Pointing out that Pilot and his supporting legislators gathered at a hotel in Haryana, he said, “There is nothing in the hand of Sachin Pilot.” They are playing themselves and their entire family in the hands of the BJP. The management of the resort is for the BJP, the management is for the BJP. As such, the game is going on there. After all, what is the choice before the government in such a game?
He said that for the last six months, efforts were being made in the state to procure and sell MLAs. The Chief Minister said that the BJP’s plans were not completed in Rajasthan. Gehlot said, ‘Whatever game he had played on the basis of money power in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, he wanted to do the same in Rajasthan. It was an open game and I understand that those people were defeated in the open game.’