Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan, said on Thursday that Congress should only support “winnable” candidates in the upcoming state elections. He has urged the leaders of the youth Congress to maintain their composure and avoid getting angry if they do not get tickets for the upcoming Assembly election. He exhorted them to put forth the effort. To win the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly election, Gehlot urged the Youth Congress leaders to campaign.
Gehlot contends that Congress needs to choose its candidates at least two months in advance. Sachin Pilot, a former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan, declared in Dausa that he would continue to advocate for civil rights, particularly of youths. However, contrary to what a lot of the media had reported, he had not declared the formation of a new political party.
“To Win the Election, Give Tickets To…”: Ashok Gehlot Encourages the Youth Congress to Be Patient
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has urged youth Congress leaders to be patient and not become frustrated if they do not receive tickets for the forthcoming Assembly election. He urged them to exert themselves.
Ashok Gehlot: Congress should only give tickets to “winnable” candidates in the state
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot stated on Thursday that Congress should only give tickets to “winnable” candidates in the state. He was speaking to a group of young Congress members in Jaipur when he advised them to exercise patience, the same advice he previously gave to Sachin Pilot, the former Deputy Chief Minister.
Gehlot urged the Youth Congress leaders to prepare for the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly election
According to a PTI report, the Chief Minister said that those who have patience will succeed in politics in the future while speaking to the state executive meeting of the Rajasthan Youth Congress in Jaipur. He urged the Youth Congress officeholders and leaders to prepare for the upcoming Rajasthan Assembly election, which will conduct later this year.
Don’t get sad if the party won’t give you a ticket: Gehlot
“Remember that if you desire to advance… If the party decides not to provide a ticket, you will be sad, but in such a situation, one who is patient and perseveres becomes effective in politics,” the Chief Minister stated.
Congress should select their candidates at least two months in advance
According to Chief Minister Gehlot, Congress must select on the list of candidates at least two months in advance and provide tickets to only “jitau” (winnable) leaders so that they can prepare for the forthcoming elections ahead of time. If the choice is made months before the election, he claimed, those contenders can work more diligently in their constituencies.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot argued that “only electable applicants deserve to be given tickets if we want to win the elections.” “We have also informed (state in-charge Sukhjinder Randhawa) that two months before the elections, it should be choosing who will receive the tickets…even the leaders grow weary of wandering on the roads of Delhi at the moment of elections,” he added.
Former Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan Sachin Pilot would keep speaking for people’s rights
Former Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan Sachin Pilot had earlier declared that he would keep speaking out for people’s rights and in particular for the youth of the state’s promising future. Pilot stated in Dausa that if there are any corrections, it must solve if there are any issues with the governance, a not-so-subtle jab at his own party’s administration in Rajasthan.
He had not, however, announced the launch of a new political party as much of the media had speculated.