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Sachin Pilot Rules Out Joining BJP, Congress Initiates Disqualification Process

“When Rahul resigned, Gehlot and his AICC friends opened a front against me. Since then self-esteem has become difficult for me,” Sachin Pilot said.¬†

 

Jaipur| The Congress party has started the process of disqualifying rebel leaders in Rajasthan after removing Sachin Pilot from the post of deputy CM and state president of Congress. The Assembly speaker on Wednesday issued a notice to 19 disgruntled MLAs, including Pilot, on the complaint of Congress. They have been asked for an answer by Friday.

The notice has asked why he should not be disqualified for anti-party activities and not attending two Legislature Party meetings of Congress MLAs. Meanwhile, Sachin Pilot once again said he was not joining the BJP. He said, “I am still a member of Congress. Some people are associating my name with BJP. An attempt is being made to spoil my image.”

There was no platform left to speak within the party

Pilot told India Today that he was not angry with Chief Minister Gehlot. He did not even ask for any special power from Gehlot. He simply wanted the promises made to the public to be fulfilled. When he was asked why did he rebel? Why not discuss inside the party? In response, he said that there was no stage of discussion inside the party.

Did Rahul Gandhi Intervene?

Answering to a question on whether Rahul Gandhi interfered in this matter?¬† He said that Rahul Gandhi is no longer the Congress president. “When Rahul resigned, Gehlot and his AICC friends opened a front against me. Since then self-esteem has become difficult for me. It was not a matter of power but of self-respect,” Pilot said.

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