Sachin Pilot meets Sonia Gandhi, says Cong chief will take 'positive decisions' on Rajasthan
Congress leader Sachin Pilot on Thursday night met Sonia Gandhi and discussed the crisis in the partys Rajasthan unit, and later said the Congress chief would take positive decisions with regard to the state.Pilot, who spent around an hour at Gandhis residence where Congress general secretary organisation K C Venugopal was also present, said he conveyed his sentiments and gave his feedback to the party president.Pilots meeting with Gandhi comes days after an open rebellion by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlots loyalists over a possible leadership change in the state.I met Congress president Sonia Gandhi.
Congress leader Sachin Pilot on Thursday night met Sonia Gandhi and discussed the crisis in the party's Rajasthan unit, and later said the Congress chief would take ''positive decisions'' with regard to the state.
Pilot, who spent around an hour at Gandhi's residence where Congress general secretary (organisation) K C Venugopal was also present, said he conveyed his sentiments and gave his feedback to the party president.
Pilot's meeting with Gandhi comes days after an open rebellion by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's loyalists over a possible leadership change in the state.
Gehlot also said the decision on whether he would remain CM would be taken by party chief Sonia Gandhi.
Speaking with reporters outside Gandhi's 10 Janpath residence, Pilot said, ''I have conveyed my sentiments, given my feedback to Sonia Gandhi. We all want to win the 2023 assembly elections for which we will have to work together. Our objective is that we ensure the Congress' win in Rajasthan and other states.'' ''I am confident that in the next 12-13 months we will once again form a Congress government through our hard work,'' the former Rajasthan deputy chief minister said.
He said that it has been his priority to ensure that the Congress bucks the trend of one term to it and the next to the BJP.
''I am fully confident that by hard work we can form a Congress government again. How our government is repeated is our collective priority and objective. We have discussed our strategy for that in detail with AICC leaders and the Congress president,'' he said.
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