Rajasthan Congress resumes infighting, Gehlot says, ''How long will..''

Jaipur: Despite the fact that the Rajasthan Congress has reunited following Priyanka Gandhi's intervention, the conflict will continue. State Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot frequently recalls Sachin Pilot's popular uprising under the guise of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). However, in front of ministers who were appointed directly from the pilot camp, CM Gehlot rehashed the same tale for the first time in a cabinet meeting.

The ministers were met by Cm Gehlot and the National General Secretary of the Congress. Gehlot brought up the question of 80 vs. 19 MLAs once more. He said that if he had come from the BSP and did not support MLA independents, the cabinet would not have met today. Many individuals have fled, including Ramesh Meena and Hemaram ji. Minister Murari Meena cut him off when he asked how much longer Saheb would continue to speak on the subject. There appears to be no longer any basis for repeating these actions.

In reality, CM Ashok Gehlot has barred the high command of the Congress, the BSP, and independent MLAs from joining the cabinet. In the cabinet meeting before the Congress general secretary, Gehlot reportedly made a jab at the same issue. After the involvement of the Congress high command, Ashok Gehlot's statements in the cabinet meeting sent a message that he is also dissatisfied with the manner the pilot group has acquired primacy in the cabinet.

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