Congress Aiming To Break 30-Year-Trend Of Removing Incumbent Party In Rajasthan: Sachin Pilot

Sachin Pilot (File image)

New Delhi: Congress party leader Sachin Pilot said that Congress is aiming to retain power in Rajasthan and change the 30-years-old history of alternate front governments in the state. 

Sachin Pilot, former deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan said that Gandhi is “very keen that we all work unitedly to form a government in Rajasthan again.” 

Sachin Pilot told the reporters after meeting the interim party president Sonia Gandhi that “In the last 30 years, it has been a tradition in Rajasthan that every five years there’s a government change. If we do the right things, which we have started to do, as the committee of the AITC that was formed two years ago on which some steps have been in the right direction.” 

He further added that “We need to move in the right direction to make sure that Congress wins the 2023 polls in Rajasthan.” 

Congress leader Sachin Pilot also added that in the meeting, organizational elections and how to strengthen the party were discussed. This meeting was held a day after Sonia Gandhi met the Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot. 

 

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