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New Delhi. Former Rajasthan Chief Minister and Congress leader Sachin Pilot is coming to Delhi on Friday and with this the political speculation has started. Recently, the Congress has become alert after Jitin Prasad, who held important positions in the party, joined the BJP. Pilot is currently in Dausa on his father’s death anniversary and has asked his supporters not to go there. This time it has been decided to limit the wreath laying ceremony to be held every year in Bhandana, Dausa on June 11, keeping in mind the Corona protocol. At the same time, he will be in Jaipur at 11 am to protest against the rising fuel prices. Where Congress will hold a symbolic protest for a day.
At the same time, amidst reports of displeasure of former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot, his supporters have expressed their displeasure over the delay in resolving the issues raised by him. About half a dozen MLAs close to Pilot met him at his residence in Civil Lines on Thursday. According to sources, MLAs Ved Prakash Solanki, Mukesh Bhakar and Ram Niwas Gawaria met Pilot after meeting former minister Vishvendra Singh earlier in the day. MLA Rakesh Pareek also reached Pilot’s residence.
Solanki, MLA from Chaksu (Jaipur), said that ‘all of us are raising our voice for the strength of the party. Those who question our allegiance to the party are not well wishers of the party. He said that the Congress high command should listen to Pilot and resolve the matter on the lines of Punjab.
Raising the question, he said that ‘in Punjab (Navjot) Sidhu’s hearing was done within 10 days but even after 10 months in Rajasthan, the issues raised by Sachin Pilot were not resolved. When Sidhu can be heard in Punjab in 10 days.. why not Pilot?’ After meeting with Pilot, he said that ‘there has been no discussion or hearing on the demands raised by us’. Solanki said that ‘if the Chief Minister does not want to consider the people of the Pilot camp, then he should give political appointments to the people of his side.’ He said that ‘at least there should be political appointments. The workers are disappointed and they should be heard. He said that the cabinet should also be expanded.
Bhakar said that the people who have worked hard for five years to bring the Congress to power in the state should be given their due. He said that ‘our struggle is going on. Pilot is asking something not for himself but for those workers and leaders who struggled for five years. When the disgruntled leaders of Punjab can be heard, why not Pilot? Pilot fought for the party and he should be heard.