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After Rajasthan Truce Sealed,Ashok Gehlot Mesaage For Team Pilot: "Peace, Brotherhood"
Sachin Pilot, whom he sacked as his deputy, returns to Rajasthan today, a month after he launched his revolt.
After Rajasthan Truce Sealed, Ashok Gehlot Message For Team Pilot: "Peace, Brotherhood"
New Delhi: On Tuesday the underscored Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot says peace and brotherhood will remain in the party, day after the Sachin Pilot sealed a truce deal with the party high command that also promised to look into the issues raised by him against the state CM.
CM Gehlot before leaving for Jaisalmer, where the MLAs were moved fearing poaching by the BJP “If any MLA is annoyed with me, then it is my responsibility to address that. I have kept doing this in the past and will do this now also".
Mr. Gehlot using particularly harsh language against the young Pilot, called him "nikamma,nakkara".
“I imbibed certain values from my family, no matter how much I oppose anyone, I’ve never used such language. Ashok Gehlot ji is elder to me and I respect him personally, but I have the right to raise work-related concerns,” Sachin Pilot told reporters today.
Sachin Pilot on Monday met former Congress president Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi to end the revolt in the state unit that threatened the survival of the Ashok Gehlot government. Ahead of an assembly session in Rajasthan on August 14 the patch up in the party came.
Sachin Pilot was sacked as the deputy CM and removed as Congress chief in Rajasthan the last month after his differences with Gehlot came to ahead.
“Peace and brotherhood will remain in our party. A three-member committee has been formed (by Congress) to resolve the grievances. The BJP tried its best to topple the government, but in the end, all our party MLAs are together, not even one has left us,” said CM Gehlot this morning.
On Monday the Congress president Sonia Gandhi decided to form a three-member committee to look into grievances of its rebel leader in Rajasthan.
The panel at All India Congress Committe level will have senior leaders as its members and will “hear all the sides and also go into the details of the political turmoil” in the state.
Also, the committee will discuss the possible changes n the organization and government, said the Congress leader, adding that the name of the committe members and the timeframe will be announced soon.