Qaz iNizamuddin, the AICC co-incharge for Rajasthan Politics, mentioned that it was an election year, they would gather input on how to ensure the party’s success. After one day dissident Congress leader Sachin Pilot warning for starting a protest across the state, Qazi Nizamuddin, stated on Tuesday that party president Mallikarjun Kharge is closely monitoring the situation.
Party leaders and workers in the state were engaged in discussions with Mr Nizamuddin, Amrita Dhawan, and Virendra Singh Rathore. He mentioned that it was an election year, they would gather input on how to guarantee the party’s success.
When talk about the issue, Mr. Nizamuddin, at the state Congress headquarters, stated that Sachin Pilot is an important and reliable member of the party. Reporters were given assurance that the entire matter is being closely monitored by the party’s national president, Mallikarjun Kharge.
Mr. Nizamuddin mentioned that the matter is currently awaiting a decision. He explained that the Congress chief will address the situation in Karnataka, where the party is currently focused on forming a government after winning the assembly election. Once the Karnataka situation is resolved, the Congress chief will then make a decision regarding the matter at hand.
Standing alongside numerous Congress MLAs during a rally on Monday, Mr. Pilot, who is engaged in a power struggle with Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, set a deadline for the state government. If demands are not met by end of month, statewide protest will be organized.
In addition to requesting a thorough investigation into corruption, Mr. Pilot presented two other demands. He called for the dissolution and reformation of the Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC), and he sought compensation for individuals impacted by the cancellation of government recruitment exams due to paper leaks.
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When questioned about the demands put forth by Mr. Pilot, Mr Nizamuddin said, “These things keep happening. If there is a specific issue, the government will certainly address it.”
He emphasized that the Congress president is aware of the matter, and only Mr. Kharge or any authorized leader can provide information or statements regarding the issue.
As the party’s central leadership wrestled with selecting between Siddaramaiah and DK Shivakumar as the Chief Ministerial contenders in Karnataka Politics, factional tensions in Rajasthan Politics heightened. This occurred subsequent to the party’s triumph in the assembly elections in Karnataka.
Mr. Pilot issued the ultimatum during a public gathering on Monday, following his five-day ‘Jan Sangharsh Yatra’.