Sachin Pilot Gave This Answer On The Question Of Joining BJP

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Jaipur: Former Deputy Chief Minister and Congress state president Sachin Pilot, who created a stir in the politics of Rajasthan, raised further suspense on Wednesday by saying that he will not go to the BJP. Talking to media, Pilot said that I will not join BJP. At the same time, Piolet was going to have a press conference on Wednesday i.e. today, but the news is that Pilot will no longer hold a press conference. The reason behind postponing the press conference is not clear.

Explain that after the rebellion of 42-year-old Pilot, the Congress took action after the Congress removed him from the post of President and Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan Congress. After snatching the chair from the Congress, the Congress said that the party gave him a lot at a young age but he forgot all the favours and joined the plot to topple the Gehlot government. At the same time, the pilot tweeted in the evening after all the political drama, heartfelt thanks to all those who stood in my support.

Not angry with Gehlot
Sachin Pilot said in an interview to India Today magazine that there is no displeasure with the Gehlot government but his voice was being suppressed in the party. Officers were ordered not to listen to any pilot. Sachin Pilot said that all I wanted was to work towards fulfilling the promises made by the Congress government in Rajasthan in the elections, but the Gehlot government was on its way to the BJP.

Sachin Pilot said that last year the Rajasthan High Court overturned an earlier decision and asked Vasundhara Raje to vacate the bungalow but instead of implementing the decision, the Gehlot government challenged it in the Supreme Court. On the question of what is the plan ahead of Sachin Pilot, he said that let the atmosphere calm down, it has not been 24 hours yet. I am still a Congress worker, I have to discuss my move with my supporters then decide what to do next.

(Source: India Today Magazine)

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