In a meeting with the officials of NSUI on Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi said, "Whoever has to leave the party will go, you people are not to be disturbed, when someone goes, the way is opened for people like you. . "
In Rajasthan (Rajasthan) between Sachin Pilot and Ashok Gehlot (Ashok Gehlot Vs Sachin Pilot), former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has given such a statement, after which it seems as if for Pilot The party has closed its doors.
In a meeting with NSUI officials on Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi said, "Whoever has to leave the party will go, you people don't have to worry, when someone goes, the way is opened for people like you."
After this statement of Rahul Gandhi, it seems as if the Congress has closed the doors for Sachin Pilot forever. Because this statement of Rahul Gandhi has come when many leaders from within the Congress have shown sympathy for Sachin Pilot.
But Rahul's statement has come only in accordance with the party's stern stance. The Congress leadership tried to convince Sachin, but when Sachin was adamant, he did not delay in taking action.
In the midst of the Rajasthan political crisis, the Congress has prepared action on the rebel MLAs in case of violation of the party whip.
The Speaker has issued a notice to the rebel MLAs on the violation of the party whip and sought answers. This notice has been given to 19 MLAs including Sachin Pilot.
On Wednesday, the next day after being sacked from the post of Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister and State Congress President, Sachin Pilot said - 'I am still a Congressman'.
Pilot also asserted that speculation about his joining the BJP was actually made in an attempt to spoil his relationship with the Gandhi family.
Pilot said that some leaders of Rajasthan are trying to tarnish his image among the party high command.
#Delhi | If anybody wants to leave the party they will. It opens the door for young leaders like you, said Rahul Gandhi at an NSUI meeting today: Sources.#RahulGandhi #NSUI #Congress #RajasthanPoliticalCrisis #RajasthanPolitics pic.twitter.com/emzxeUNmj0— First India (@thefirstindia) July 15, 2020