Amid reviews of discontentment of former Rajasthan deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot, the MLAs of his camp have expressed displeasure over the delay in resolving the problems raised by their chief.
Around half-a-dozen MLAs near Mr Pilot met him at his Civil Lines residence in Jaipur on Thursday.
Former minister Vishvendra Singh held a one-on-one assembly with the previous Union minister earlier within the day. Later, Ved Prakash Solanki, Mukhesh Bhakar and Ramniwas Gawria met Mr Pilot. Rakesh Pareek additionally reached his residence.
Mr Solanki, Mr Bhakar and Mr Gawria raised questions on the delay within the cupboard enlargement and political appointments by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. They mentioned they are going to battle throughout the Congress celebration and firmly stand with Mr Pilot.
“All of us are raising our voice for the strength of the party. Those who question our allegiance to the Congress are not well-wishers of the party,” Mr Solanki, the MLA from Chaksu (Jaipur), advised reporters after assembly Mr Pilot.
He mentioned the Congress high-command ought to hearken to Mr Pilot and resolve the problems raised by him.
“(Congress leader) Navjot Singh Sidhu was heard in Punjab within 10 days, but even after 10 months in Rajasthan, the issues raised by Pilot have not been resolved. When Sidhu can be heard in Punjab in 10 days, why not Pilot?” Mr Solanki requested.
“There has been no discussion or hearings on the demands raised by us,” he mentioned.
“I have been saying this repeatedly that governance should be decentralised, and political appointments should be done as soon as possible,” Mr Solanki mentioned.
He mentioned if the chief minister doesn’t need to think about these within the Pilot camp, then he ought to give political appointments to the individuals on his facet.
“But at least, the political appointments should be done. Party workers are disappointed and they should be heard,” Mr Solanki mentioned, whereas asserting that the cupboard enlargement must also be carried out.
Mr Bhakar mentioned those that labored onerous for 5 years to deliver the Congress to energy within the state ought to get their dues.
“Our struggle is going on. Pilot is not asking anything for himself but for those workers and leaders who struggled for five years. When disgruntled leaders in Punjab can be heard, then why not Pilot? He struggled for the party and he should be heard,” he mentioned.
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