This comes in the midst of hypothesis that in the event that Ashok Gehlot moves to Delhi as party boss, the Central Pastor’s post might go to his harsh opponent Sachin Pilot
Jaipur: Rajasthan Boss Priest Ashok Gehlot, a leader for Congress president, met his MLAs the previous evening and let them know that he “will not be far” regardless of whether he moves to a public job, sources said. His opponent Sachin Pilot, in Kerala, missed the gathering.
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Ashok Gehlot, 71, is figured out how to have let Rajasthan MLAs know that he will record his selection for the Congress boss’ post yet “tha soon entryway nahi (I won’t be a long way from you).”
This comes in the midst of hypothesis that on the off chance that the Congress veteran moves to Delhi as party boss, the Main Pastor’s post might go to Sachin Pilot, whose defiance had nearly cut down his administration in 2020.
Mr Gehlot said he will continue to serve Rajasthan any place he goes. “Primary kahin nahin ja raha, chinta mat karo (I’m staying put, you can definitely relax),” he said, in an obvious sign that he has no designs to surrender the Central Pastor’s post.
He let MLAs know that he will meet party president Sonia Gandhi today and will fly out tonight to meet Rahul Gandhi, who is on Bharat Jodo Yatra – – a Congress walk from Kanyakumari to Kashmir to revitalize support in front of the 2024 general political race.
Mr Gehlot has supposedly let the MLAs know that he would attempt to persuade Rahul Gandhi “one final time” to take over as the party president. Mr Gandhi ventured down from the post after Congress’ unfortunate show in the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys and has wouldn’t return since.
Mr Gehlot’s gathering occurred while Sachin Pilot was away in Kerala for Rahul Gandhi’s mission. At the point when he joins Rahul Gandhi sometime in the afternoon, Mr Pilot will have left.
As indicated by sources, Mr Gehlot has advised the Congress initiative that he needs to remain on as Rajasthan Boss Pastor for quite a while regardless of whether he turns into the party boss, clearly to impede Mr Pilot’s endeavor to top off the political vacuum.
Sources said in the event that he really wants to move to the public capital, Mr Gehlot would need a follower in the power seat back home. In the event that not, then, at that point, he would need to keep the two jobs by taking over as working leader of the Congress with Sonia Gandhi as full-time boss, it is learnt.
Congress pioneer Shashi Tharoor has likewise received an approval from Sonia Gandhi to run for party boss. While Mr Gehlot is a steadfast supporter of the Gandhi family, Mr Tharoor was important for 23 senior party pioneers who requested clearing changes in the party in a letter to Mrs Gandhi in 2020.
The Congress will acknowledge assignments for the party boss’ post till September 30. The decisions are planned for October 17 and the outcomes will be proclaimed on October 19.