If Pilot not made CM, Cong MLAs will fit in SUV in next polls: Raj Minister

Jaipur, Nov 10 (IANS): Conveying the message that all is not well in the Rajasthan government, a minister and a supporter of former deputy CM Sachin Pilot, Rajendra Gudha has once again targeted the Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's governance.

Gudha has claimed that not even 10 MLAs will win the elections. He even said that if Sachin Pilot was not made the CM, "then the Congress will win as many MLAs as can sit inside a car".

Congress MLA Divya Maderna also supported Gudha's statement. The statement of the minister and MLA of the Congress is being discussed a lot in the political circles.

Rajendra Gudha said, "Sachin Pilot should have been made the CM long ago. It was too late to make Pilot the CM. Even now, if Pilot is made the CM, the government can repeat. If Sachin Pilot is not made the CM, then the Congress MLAs will wrap up in a Fortuner and will visit the Char Dham."

Maderna while supporting Gudha's statement, shared the video of Gudha's statement on her Twitter handle and targeted the bureaucracy.

Divya wrote, "From the working style of the bureaucracy, it seems that the Congress has taken an unbroken resolution to put the government in Fortuner. She also tagged the Rajasthan Chief Minister's Office.



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  • Kedhar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Nov 10 2022

    What use speaking now?? The Cong Boss is busy walking across India and is now waving to people there along with other Chor Agaadi something leaders. Waving goodbye or what?? No talk.. nothing. Only walk. Bharat Jodo.. SO WHAT IF THE PARTY IS COMING OFF?

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