NNA |
Update:
April 22, 2022 12:43 p.m. STI

New Delhi [India]Apr 22 (ANI): Congress aims to retain power in Rajasthan and change 30-year-old history of alt-front governments, party leader Sachin Pilot says after meeting interim President Sonia Gandhi ahead of 2023 State Assembly elections.
Pilot, former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan, said Gandhi is “very keen that we all work together to form a government in Rajasthan again.”
“For the past 30 years, it has been a tradition in Rajasthan that there is a change of government every five years. If we do the right things, which we have started to do, like the TIAC committee that was formed two years ago where some steps were taken in the right direction. We must move forward in this direction to ensure that the Congress wins the 2023 elections in Rajasthan. This is very important because soon after we will have elections in Lok Sabha,” Pilot told reporters after meeting Sonia Gandhi.

The meeting took place on Thursday evening at Gandhi’s 10 Janpath residence. It lasted almost an hour and a half. Earlier, he had met with Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and party leader Rahul Gandhi.
“The President of Congress is very keen for us all to work together to form a government in Rajasthan again. the party,” he said.
Pilot also said that during the meeting, organizational elections and how to strengthen the party were discussed.
This meeting took place a day after the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Ashok Gehlot, met Sonia Gandhi.
In July last year, Pilot had rebelled against Ashok Gehlot and, accompanied by MPs who supported him, had camped in Haryana. Pilot finally announced his return to Rajasthan after the Gandhi family intervened and reportedly assured him that his grievances would be addressed. A committee was also set up under Ajay Maken to look into the issues raised by Pilot and his camp. (ANI)

Previous

Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport has a record month and plans for a great future

Next

Stamkos sets franchise record as Lightning win 8-1

Check Also