Is Sachin Pilot planning to leave Congress?

The rumors and reports around Sachin Pilot and Rajasthan Congress’ future with respect to Pilot and CM Gehlot’s tussle that is on since 2020 Manesar revolt by Pilot and his camp of MLAs. Sachin Pilot is weighing all his options, including starting a political party. Pilot presented the party’s high command with his three demands before the 2023 Elections. He made clear that he is “unwavering” in his demands for three things. Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan, and Sachin Pilot met with Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and party leader Rahul Gandhi on May 29 in New Delhi. Both of the Rajasthani leaders “agreed to work unitedly” in a conversation with them.

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Is Sachin Pilot planning to leave Congress?

Rajasthan Congress leader Sachin Pilot is thinking of starting his political organization and has given the party his three demands before moving forward.

He is considering all his options, including forming his political party

Sachin Pilot, the leader of the Congress in Rajasthan, is considering all of his options, including forming his political party. Pilot may, however, postpone announcing the final choice until after June 11 in light of his father, Rajesh Pilot’s death anniversary.

Pilot has made clear his “unwavering” stance on three demands and is awaiting the party’s reactions before moving forward.

Sachin Pilot reiterated his three demands

On May 29 in New Delhi, Ashok Gehlot, the chief minister of Rajasthan, and Sachin Pilot met with Rahul Gandhi, the party’s leader, and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge. In the meeting, Pilot reiterated his three demands: an investigation into allegations of corruption during the Vasundhara Raje administration, dissolution of the Rajasthan Public Service Commission, and payment of damages to those harmed by cases of the leaks of government job exam papers.

Pilot cannot launch his party: Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa

Sachin Pilot, a leader of the opposition, cannot form a new party, according to Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, the Congress secretary in charge of Rajasthan.

He reiterated that Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot had recently conversated with Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi in Delhi, during which both the Rajasthani leaders “agreed to work unitedly.”

“Mallikarjun Kharge and Rahul Gandhi paid attention to both of them cautiously and informed that they are the greatest strengths of the Congress… Both stated that they will work collectively,” he claimed.

Pilot is an “asset”: Randhawa

Sachin Pilot had been referred to as an “asset” by the Congress party, but a significant portion feels he must wait. Pilot is reportedly 45 years old and has already attained the positions of chief of the Pradesh Congress Committee, deputy chief minister, and Union minister.

According to Randhawa: the remaining 10% of the unsolved problem was also unimportant

Since the Congress assumed power in Rajasthan in 2018, Pilot and the state’s chief executive, Ashok Gehlot, have been at odds over power. The party is now attempting to mediate a settlement between the two in advance of the assembly elections in the state, which are going to take place later this year.

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