Jaipur: After the removal of Sachin Pilot from the post of Deputy Chief Minister and State President, the process of disqualifying him has started. According to the complaint of the Congress on Wednesday, the Speaker has issued notices to 19 MLAs including Pilot. They have filed their reply till last Friday. Rajasthan Congress in-charge Avinash Pandey told that a newsletter was issued against Sachin Pilot and 18 other members of the party for not attending the meetings of the Congress Legislature Party. But if they do not reply within 2 days, then it will be assumed that they are about to withdraw their membership from CLP.
Pandey said that Sachin should inform and that there should be no attempt to topple the government. Let them accept their mistake. The doors were always open for him for talks. Secrets have been revealed. But, now he has gone beyond all this, so these things no longer matter. Pilot and other rebel MLAs have been questioned that they have been involved in two meetings of anti-party activities and Congress MLAs. Why they should not be disqualified? This thing should be clarified."
In the midst of the ongoing political crisis in Rajasthan, Congress has taken a big action on Sachin Pilot and on Tuesday he has been removed from the post of Deputy CM and State President. After being removed from the post, Pilot was accused of conspiring with the BJP to topple the government. But he has denied this and said that he is still in Congress and is not joining hands with BJP at the moment. Pilot has said that talking about toppling the government is wrong, how can I do this against my own party?"