Rajasthan political crisis : Sachin pilot’s facebook shows congress’s symbol’Hand’ again
In Rajasthan, the battle for supremacy between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot has come to light in the past. This made the BJP feel that, like Jyotiraditya Scindia, she has managed to get another big Congress leader in her side. But, the recent Facebook posts of Pilot seem to have dashed the BJP’s expectations. However, Pilot has dismissed the speculation of joining the BJP some time back.
Sachin Pilot has made some posts on the social media platform Facebook, in which the Congress party’s hand sign has returned. He made several posts one after the other. The party’s hand sign disappeared from their Facebook posts shortly after the Rajasthan dispute began. Since then, the speculation of his joining BJP or choosing another option was intensified.
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Former Deputy Chief Minister Pilot greeted the establishment day of the Central Reserve Police Force on Facebook, in which the hand sign appeared. He wrote in the post, “Warmest greetings to all the soldiers and countrymen of the Central Reserve Police Force on the foundation day of the Central Reserve Police Force dedicated to selflessness, always synonymous with service and loyalty and protecting the nation and the public.” In addition, he also called former President A.P.J. A post on Facebook has also been written on the death anniversary of Abdul Kalam. In both these posts, the Congress party symbol ‘Hath’ is present in the lower part. On the other hand, information has been given about the social media platforms of Sachin Pilot.
The Congress leader’s speculation of joining the BJP was also boosted by the posts in which he removed the ‘hand’ mark of the Congress. The party symbol was not present in the Facebook posts he had posted on Kargil Vijay Divas and Nag Panchami in the past.
On Kargil Vijay Diwas, Sachin wrote, “On the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas, 1999 Salute to the brave sons of Mother Bharati who made the country proud by defeating the enemies with their indomitable courage, amazing valor and valor in the 1999 Kargil War. The brave soldiers of our country are our pride. However, Pilot has already dismissed speculation of joining the BJP.
Dismissed speculation to go to BJP
Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot is neither going to join the BJP nor is he going to have any meeting with the opposition party. A close aide of Sachin Pilot claimed this on July 13 in a conversation with ‘Hindustan Times’ amid a stir in the Rajasthan Congress. Claimed this. At the same time, two days later, Pilot himself made a big announcement, saying, ‘I am not joining BJP. Those who are saying this (talk of joining BJP) really want to put me in the eyes of Gandhi (Gandhi family). He also denied that he was conspiring against the Congress in collaboration with the BJP.