After Punjab, political turmoil in Rajasthan, OSD of CM resigned

Jaipur: There is a political turmoil between Captain Amarinder Singh and state president Navjot Singh Sidhu in Punjab and everyone is surprised to see it. On the other hand, political turmoil has emerged in the party in another Congress-ruled state of Rajasthan. In fact, Lokesh Sharma, OSD of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan, has resigned from the post late last night. Lokesh Sharma has tweeted with his resignation as part of the information received. With this happening, there is a possibility that 'everything is not going well in the party.'

Let us also tell all of you that Lokesh Sharma used to handle the social media of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. Last Saturday, Lokesh Sharma wrote in a tweeted and informed about his resignation. Now, it is because of Lokesh Sharma's tweet that 'everything is not going well in Rajasthan Congress also and his tweet is being linked to the state of Punjab.'

You must be aware that for a long time now, reports of factionalism and mutual discord between Sachin Pilot and Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot camp have been making headlines in Rajasthan. Talk about Lokesh Sharma, he has also clarified. Lokesh Sharma said, "My resignation is being misinterpreted and linked to the state of Punjab.'' Let me tell you all that Lokesh Sharma never commented on any small and big Congress leader and the Congress government in the state.

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