After Punjab, there is hope for an end to the Rajasthan Congress dispute. Former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot supporters are beginning to feel that after Punjab, the Congress high command will now take the initiative to end the tussle in Rajasthan. Meanwhile, a retweet of state in-charge Ajay Maken has created a stir in the party. Maken retweeted and wrote, "No satrap wins on his own in any state. Only poor, weaker section, common man get votes in the name of Gandhi Nehru family. Be it Amarinder Singh or Gehlot or earlier Sheela or anyone else." And as soon as he becomes the Chief Minister, he understands that it is because of him that the party has won. The tweet that has been liked and retweeted read in another thread " Sonia, who was the president for more than 20 years, never expressed her importance. As a result, she used to bring votes and the Congressmen used to work irresponsibly considering their miracle. If he lost, then the blame was on Rahul, the leadership corrected the victory by making Sidhu his own forehead. It was necessary to tell the strength".
Ashok Gehlot's tweet
It has been the convention of Congress that every decision is preceded by consultation with everyone. Everyone gets a chance to have their say. Keeping everyone's opinion in mind, once the party high command takes a decision, then all the Congressmen unite and follow the tradition of accepting it. This is the biggest strength of Congress even today. Captain Amarinder Singh had also announced in front of the media last week that he would accept every decision of the Congress President, meeting Congress President Sonia Gandhi. Sonia Gandhi has announced the appointment of Navjot Singh Sidhu as the President of Punjab Congress. It is expected that he will also discharge the tradition of the Congress party and take everyone along and take forward the work of carrying forward the party's customs and policies.
Tweet and retweet messages
In the retweet, Maken's targeting of Gehlot made it clear that it is difficult to normalize the situation in the state Congress. It is noteworthy that after becoming the state in-charge, Maken has publicly spoken about political appointments and cabinet expansion four times in 10 months. Maken has also met Gehlot several times regarding this issue, but Gehlot is not listening to him. Gehlot currently does not want to expand the cabinet and make political appointments. At the same time, many leaders including former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot are pressurizing the high command to get the decision taken soon. After Maken's retweet surfaced, there was a discussion among the Congressmen of the state that the high command was not happy with Gehlot. On the advice of his supporters, Gehlot tweeted in the afternoon.