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Sachin Pilot: I am not joining the BJP

Sachin Pilot after his removal as Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan. He said “I am not joining BJP

Sachin exclaimed that he had worked very hard to bring Congress in Rajasthan. Other Leaders in Rajasthan are trying to fuel the speculation that he is joining BJP.

The Congress had on Tuesday stripped the dissident leader of the posts of Rajasthan’s deputy chief minister and therefore the party‚Äôs state unit president after which he tweeted that “truth are often rattled, not defeated”.

Two loyalists of Pilot have also been dropped from the state Cabinet.

Pilot has been upset since the Congress picked Ashok Gehlot because the chief minister after the 2018 assembly polls, while his supporters insisted that he deserved credit for the party’s victory as its state unit president.

A controversy broke call at Rajasthan after Special Operation Group (SOG) sent a notice to Pilot to record his statement within the case registered by SOG within the alleged poaching of Congress MLAs within the state.

AICC general secretary Avinash Pande said disqualification notices are going to be issued by Rajasthan Assembly Speaker C P Joshi to Sachin Pilot and other MLAs who didn’t attend the Congress Legislature Party meeting persisted Monday and Tuesday.


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