Sachin Pilot has given ultimatum to Congress? Rajasthan Congress in-charge Randhawa replied

Ashok Gehlot Vs Sachin Pilot: The political stir in Rajasthan is not taking its name. A big statement has come out on Thursday (May 25) of Congress in-charge of Rajasthan Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa on the speculation of Sachin Pilot giving an ultimatum. He said, “Congress leader Sachin Pilot has not given any ultimatum to him or the party high command for a statewide protest on their demands. Pilot will also attend the party meeting to be held in New Delhi on Friday.”

Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa said, “Sachin Pilot has never given an ultimatum to the Congress till date. Only those who have been given an ultimatum can answer it. If Pilot has given an ultimatum to the high command, he will respond to it immediately.” At the same time, regarding the meeting going to be held in Delhi regarding the four election states including Rajasthan, he said that in this meeting there will be a brainstorm on the election strategy of the four states.

Pilot warned of statewide agitation

In fact, Pilot had said in a meeting in Rajasthan on May 15 that if the three demands made to the state government were not met by the end of this month, he would start a statewide agitation. One of the demands is for a high-level inquiry into the alleged scams that took place during the tenure of former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje government.

“Party is like a house”

When Randhawa was asked whether Pilot would attend the upcoming meeting in Delhi, he replied, “Do you have any doubt about it? Is he not a leader of the Congress party? Watch tomorrow’s meeting, you will get the answer. In Delhi The meeting is being held to discuss the upcoming assembly election strategy not only for Rajasthan but also for the states. A party is like a house where people have different opinions and quarrels happen.”

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