Jaipur: After 10 months in the politics of Rajasthan, the rhetoric has intensified amidst the voices of revolt. Congress national general secretary Bhanwar Jitendra Singh has come out in support of Sachin Pilot.
Bhanwar Jitendra in support of the pilot
Bhanwar Jitendra Singh, who came in support of Pilot, said that the promises made by the party high command to Pilot should be fulfilled. So that the pilots can satisfy their workers.
Jitendra Singh is in charge of Congress in Assam
Let us tell you that Bhanwar Jitendra Singh is in charge of Congress in Assam and has also been a Union Minister during Manmohan Singh’s tenure.
There is no threat to the government- Jitendra Singh
Jitendra Singh has also said that there is no such thing as a change of Chief Minister in Rajasthan, nor is there any threat to the government. His statement has come because, because former Deputy CM of Rajasthan Sachin Pilot has recently said that the promises made to him have not been fulfilled even after 10 months.
Speculation of change in power intensifies
Pilot also said that it is unfortunate that the workers who brought the party to power are not heard. After this statement of Pilot, speculation has started again that there may be a big change in the power of Rajasthan.
Political appointments should be made immediately: Jitendra Singh
Jitendra Singh has said that Sachin Pilot himself or the leader in charge of the party can give more information on this issue. But this is what I feel, Pilot is asking the high command to complete the talks to give due respect to his workers and MLAs.
He said that, I myself say that political appointments should be made immediately, so that hard working workers get respect.
In fact, in August last year, under the leadership of Sachin Pilot, many Congress MLAs of Rajasthan had revolted against Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. At that time the leaders of both the groups were in the hotel barricade for several days.
Meanwhile, BJP had also become active after seeing the Gehlot government unstable. But after the intervention of the high command, the pilots agreed and the matter went cold.