Rajasthan: The third chapter of ‘Mahabharata’ begins between Gehlot and Pilot, know how?
The third chapter of Mahabharata has started between two strong leaders of the country’s oldest political party Congress, Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot. Sachin Pilot’s faction has intensified the demand to make Pilot the Chief Minister of Rajasthan again. Meanwhile, the present Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot has called Sachin Pilot a traitor.
In an interview given to NDTV, Ashok Gehlot said that a traitor cannot become the Chief Minister.. The high command cannot make Sachin Pilot the Chief Minister.. Attacking Sachin Pilot, he said that he does not have even 10 MLAs. Gehlot said that such a person who rebelled against the party to become the chief minister, betrayed the party…he is a traitor.
Not only this, Ashok Gehlot said about the rebellion between the two camps during the year 2020 that Sachin Pilot had joined hands with BJP, he has proof of this. He alleged that this was the first time in the country when the state president of a party tried to topple his government in the state.
Gehlot alleged that the rebellion that Pilot did in the year 2020 was fueled by the BJP and for this Sachin Pilot’s faction had also received funds from the BJP. Each MLA of the Pilot faction was given an offer of Rs 10 crore. In which Home Minister Amit Shah was also involved along with senior BJP leaders. Ashok Gehlot said this in his interview.
Let us tell you that Gehlot had reached Gujarat to join Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra and during this he fiercely attacked Sachin Pilot, the former Deputy CM of Rajasthan, and in the year 2020 openly talked about the Mahabharata between him and Sachin Pilot. Talked.
What was the second chapter of this Mahabharata?
The second chapter of the tussle between the two factions for the last four years began with the resignation of Congress leader Ajay Maken from the post of Rajasthan in-charge this month. . When he handed over his resignation to the party’s national president Mallikarjun Kharge, saying that he would not be able to continue on this post, hence the new in-charge should be appointed as soon as possible.
In his resignation, Ajay Maken cited the non-participation of Gehlot faction leaders in the meeting held on September 25 and no action was taken against him by the party high command, due to which he resigned from the post. However, a complaint was made to Sonia Gandhi regarding this and Ashok Gehlot had also apologized to the high command for this. But Ajay Maken had resigned from his post in-charge due to no punitive action being taken by the party high command against those leaders of the Gehlot faction.
The leaders of the Sachin Pilot team also allege that instead of taking strict action against these leaders, the party high command has also included those leaders in the coordination committee regarding the preparations for Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. Hurt by this, Ajay Maken has resigned from his post.
Let us tell you that Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra is reaching Rajasthan on December 3, the first week of December. For which preparations are being made by the party leaders in Rajasthan. A few days ago, a meeting was also called regarding preparations for the visit to reach Rajasthan, in which both Pilot and Gehlot leaders attended along with their respective leaders.
Where did the first chapter of this Mahabharata begin?
Let us tell you that the first chapter of this Mahabharata started with a tussle between two big leaders of the Congress party in Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot. It happened, which is well known today. In the year 2020, the party was seen divided into two groups in Rajasthan. When Sachin Pilot demanded to become the Chief Minister and challenging the party, he took his 19 MLAs and moved to a five-star hotel in Manesar in the BJP-ruled state of Haryana.
On the other hand, Ashok Gehlot also went to a five star hotel with his 100 MLAs. During that time, Pilot and Gehlot had shown their respective strengths, but in this battle, senior leader Gehlot was ahead of Sachin Pilot. But during that time the party was definitely divided into two factions and in Rajasthan the infighting of the party became apparent. Sachin Pilot had challenged that he should be made the Chief Minister, otherwise he would leave the Congress party. During that time Pilot was also the Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan and the State President of the party. However, later he had to lose both these posts. Because during that time, while expressing his opposition, he had demanded the removal of Ashok Gehlot and made him the Chief Minister himself.
Due to this challenge of Gehlot, big difficulties had arisen for the party in Rajasthan. Because two years before that, the party had conquered the fort of Rajasthan, but due to this conflict between the two stalwarts of the party, the party was seen losing power, moreover, the benefit of this infighting of the party was going to other parties. also tried to raise.
Although the Congress was successful in making a compromise between those two leaders, and at that time that fire had calmed down somewhere. But the party did not know that Mahabharata would start once again due to this flare-up between the two leaders. Which is being seen at the present time. When Ashok Gehlot, a strong leader of the party and 26 years senior to Sachin Pilot, has openly called him a traitor.
When PM Modi praised Ashok Gehlot
Along with this, PM Modi also tried to give air to this Mahabharata recently when on November 1 in Mangarh Dham, Rajasthan Addressing a program, the PM praised Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. Regarding which Pilot attacked Gehlot and said that it should not be taken lightly, because earlier PM Modi had also praised Ghulam Nabi Azad. What happened after that is in front of everyone.
After this incident, Sachin Pilot is constantly attacking Ashok Gehlot. His camp is demanding that he be made the CM. Pilot leaders in Jhalawar, Kota and Bundi districts have demanded that the party leadership fulfill all their demands, including making Sachin Pilot the chief minister.