Senior Congress leader Randeep Surjewala on Sunday exuded assurance that the party’s government in Rajasthan will finish its 5-12 months term and claimed the BJP has no purpose to cheer.
Surjewala attained Jaipur together with occasion colleague Ajay Maken late on Sunday night. The two leaders have been despatched by the Congress as central observers to help save the party’s government in the state.
The action by the Congress management arrived in the midst of a widening rift in between chief minister Ashok Gehlot and his deputy Sachin Pilot.
“There is no reason for the BJP to cheer. Congress govt will complete its 5-12 months term,” Surjewala, who is also the party’s spokesperson, explained to reporters.
Surjewala and Maken will maintain a meeting with Gehlot and Congress MLAs to avert a disaster in the point out.
AICC normal secretary Avinash Pande also arrived at the main minister’s residence for the conference.
Pilot, who has been camping in Delhi, skipped the conference.
Gehlot experienced on Saturday alleged that the opposition BJP was attempting to entice Congress MLAs to topple the condition governing administration.
The BJP dismissed the claim, expressing the the latest developments only reflected the electrical power wrestle in between Gehlot and Pilot, simmering given that the Congress management in Delhi picked the more senior politician for the CM’s put up.