Ashok Gehlot Reached Delhi to Meet Sonia Gandhi, Said- ‘ghar Ki Baat Hai, Everything Is Fine’

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Ashok Gehlot Meets Sonia Gandhi: Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has reached Delhi on Budhawar (September 28) amid the crisis that has emerged in the Rajasthan Congress. Ashok Gehlot will meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi. On reaching Delhi, Ashok Gehlot said that we work under the Congress President. In the coming time, a decision will be taken accordingly.

He said that the media should understand the issues of the country. Writers, journalists are being called anti-nationals and are being imprisoned. We are concerned about them and Rahul Gandhi is on a journey for them. Gehlot said that this is a matter of home, everything is fine. Tomorrow I will meet Sonia Gandhi, then I will talk to you. Right now I will say that Congress President, there has always been discipline within the Congress. The whole country knows about Sonia Gandhi’s discipline.

What did Ashok Gehlot say?

Ashok Gehlot said that whether there is inflation, unemployment or dictatorial tendency in the country, Rahul Gandhi is worried about it. All of us in Congress are concerned about the direction in which the country is going. It is more important for us to deal with this. Internal politics continues, we will sort it out.

Notice sent to Gehlot’s close friends

Earlier, on Tuesday (27 September), in-charge Ajay Maken and supervisor Mallikarjun Kharge had submitted a report to Sonia Gandhi regarding the developments in Rajasthan. On the basis of the report, the Disciplinary Committee of the Congress had sent a show-cause notice to Gehlot’s close associates in the matter of serious indiscipline. Congress has sent notices to Parliamentary Affairs Minister Shanti Dhariwal and Chief Whip Mahesh Joshi, including Dharmendra Rathore, asking them to respond in ten days.

What else did observers say in the report?

In this nine-page report, observers have considered indiscipline to hold a separate meeting at Shanti Dhariwal’s house instead of the proposed legislature party meeting of the legislators. Observers in the report submitted to Sonia Gandhi did not hold Gehlot directly responsible for the crisis in the state, but had recommended disciplinary action against prominent leaders who called the parallel meeting. On Sunday (September 25), the pro-Gehlot MLAs had submitted a mass resignation to Speaker CP Joshi, revolting.

Why did the storm rise in the Rajasthan Congress?

Actually, this rebellion took place after the speculation of changing the Chief Minister in Rajasthan after the announcement of Ashok Gehlot to contest the Congress Presidential election. After Gehlot, there was talk of making Sachin Pilot the Chief Minister, but the MLAs of the Gehlot camp are not agreeable to the name of Sachin Pilot. The MLAs of the Gehlot camp have demanded that the new chief minister be among the 102 MLAs who were loyal to the Congress party in June 2022-23, when an attempt was made to topple the government. Former Deputy CM of the state Sachin Pilot is also in Delhi at this time.

Significantly, the Congress is preparing for its first non-Gandhi president after more than two decades. Members of the Gandhi family will remain out of the presidential election to be held on October 17. So far, two Congress leaders, Shashi Tharoor and Pawan Bansal, have received their nomination papers. Shashi Tharoor will file nomination on September 30. At the same time, Pawan Bansal says that he has not taken the forms for himself.

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, Ashok Gehlot reached Delhi to meet Sonia Gandhi, said- ‘Ghar ki baat hai, everything is fine’

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