Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot will not attend the Congress Legislature Party meeting: Reports

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The political crisis has deepened in Rajasthan. The differences between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot have come to light. Meanwhile, Ashok Gehlot has started a quick meeting. At the same time, Sachin Pilot has claimed that the Gehlot government has come in a minority. 30 MLA pilots are in contact with him. Sources said that in Rajasthan, Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot will not attend the Congress Legislature Party meeting tomorrow.

Pilot supporters said the Deputy Chief Minister has camped in Delhi and is disappointed over a notice sent to him by the Rajasthan Police. In this notice of the Special Campaign Group (SOG), he has been asked to record his statement. Similar notices have also been sent to Gehlot, the government’s chief whip Mahesh Joshi and some other legislators, but people close to Pilot say it has been sent to ‘humiliate’ them.

The Congress has sent its senior leaders Ajay Maken and Randeep Surjewala to Jaipur as central observers to avert factionalism in Rajasthan. Sources said that the two leaders would reach Jaipur by late evening with party general secretary and Rajasthan in-charge Avinash Pandey and hold discussions with party MLAs. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has called a meeting of party MLAs tonight.

Sources said that about 19 Congress MLAs are on the side of Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot and they could not be contacted. Facing rebellion within the party itself, Congress is trying to save its government in Rajasthan. The pilots are said to be angry after the state police investigating the alleged purchase and conspiracy of Congress MLAs. The Chief Minister accused the BJP of hatching a conspiracy to topple his government but the BJP has denied the allegations.

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