Big announcement of Sachin Pilot, I am not going to join BJP!

Proving speculation wrong, former Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot made a big announcement on Wednesday that he was not going to join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Speaking to Hindustan Times, Pilot said, “I am not joining BJP.” Those who are saying this (talk of joining BJP), they really want to put me in the eyes of Gandhi (Gandhi family). ”He has also denied that conspiring against Congress in collaboration with BJP Have been.

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The pilot has also deferred the proposed press conference for today. The Congress on Tuesday removed Pilot from the post of Deputy Chief Minister after a Legislature Party meeting. For this, the post of state president was also taken away. Along with the pilot, two ministers from his camp, Food Supply Minister Ramesh Meena and Tourism Minister Vishvendra Singh were also removed from the cabinet.

After the party’s action against Ashok Gehlot first and then rebel stance, there was speculation that Pilot might join BJP like his old colleague Jyotiraditya Scindia. Now the pilot’s fresh stance has once again started a round of speculation. Have senior Congress leaders managed to stop the pilot on some new terms or will Sachin surprise everyone with a new move? With these questions, the fog will be cleared in the coming days.

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Announcing action on the pilot camp, Randeep Singh Surjewala, who was made party spokesperson and observer for Rajasthan on Tuesday, accused the BJP of plotting to destabilize the majority government. He said that some other Congress MLAs got involved with Sachin Pilot in this trap of BJP. We were constantly urging the pilot that we should sit together and solve our problems but did not come there.

Sachin Pilot broke the silence for the first time after the party’s action. He tweeted – Truth can be disturbed and not defeated. According to the news, the pilots can present their views in detail by holding a press conference on Wednesday. Recently, it was claimed by Sachin Pilot’s office that he has 30 MLAs with him and the Ashok Gehlot government is in a minority.

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