CM Ashok Gehlot met Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge, now gave this statement on differences with Sachin Pilot

Ashok Gehlot on Sachin Pilot: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot met Congress Chief Mallikarjun Kharge in Delhi on Saturday (March 18). After this meeting, he gave a big statement regarding the differences with Sachin Pilot. Ashok Gehlot said that there is no difference. Small differences keep happening in our party, this happens with all parties in every state, but together we will fight the elections, win and form the government.

He further said that there is no topic of debate in our party. We all contest elections together, win, then the decision taken by the high command is accepted by us. There is no difference in our party. Together we will fight the elections and win. Actually, the differences between former deputy CM of the state Sachin Pilot and CM Gehlot have come to the fore many times. At the time of the election of the Congress President, both the top leaders made fierce statements against each other. In which Gehlot even called the pilot a traitor.

New districts were formed

Meanwhile, making an important announcement in the election year, Ashok Gehlot also announced 19 new districts in Rajasthan on Friday. The Chief Minister said that a high-level committee had been constituted to study the formation of new districts and the state government had received its report. In this way, there will be 19 new districts in the state. He proposed a budget of Rs 2,000 crore for the implementation of the first phase for new districts and divisions.

Targeting PM Modi

Ashok Gehlot, while reacting to the ongoing ruckus regarding Rahul Gandhi’s statement in London, also targeted PM Modi. The Chief Minister of Rajasthan alleged that the BJP is not allowing the Parliament to function. What should Rahul Gandhi apologize for? PM Modi has said many things against India in Germany and Korea. To whom should I apologize? Whole world can see.

“The country is facing dictatorship”

He said that immediate discussion should start in both the Houses. There is democracy in the country and you switched off the microphone in the Lok Sabha. The way the country is facing dictatorship today, the situation is very serious everywhere. Actually, BJP is adamant on demanding an apology from Rahul Gandhi. At the same time, the opposition is demanding a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) inquiry into the Adani-Hindenburg case. Due to this there is uproar in the Parliament.

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