Rajasthan Elections / PM Modi's mention of Rajesh Pilot created an uproar - Gehlot said - he is trying to instigate Gujjars.

Zoom News : Nov 23, 2023, 02:17 PM
Rajasthan Election: Voting is going to take place on November 25 in view of the Rajasthan Assembly elections. Earlier, the mention of Rajesh Pilot has created an uproar in the politics of the state. Actually, PM Narendra Modi was campaigning in Shahpura of Bhilwara district. During this, he said that Rajesh Pilot's son is still suffering the punishment of enmity with the Gandhi family. Let us tell you that on this statement of PM Modi, Sachin Pilot said that this claim of PM Modi is beyond the facts. He said, PM Modi does not hesitate to attack the Gandhi family in the name of Congress leaders. Earlier too, BJP leaders have been attacked over the treatment meted out to Narasimha Rao, Jitendra Prasad and Sitaram Kesari.

Politics heated up in the name of Rajesh Pilot

State Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has given a sharp reaction to PM Modi's statement. Giving a statement in this regard, Ashok Gehlot said that PM Modi was so upset by his defeat that he made late Rajesh Pilot an election issue. He (PM Modi) is trying to instigate the Gurjar community. Gehlot said, 'There were 22 incidents of firing during BJP rule, in which many people of Gurjar community were killed. I went to the BJP government and when I became the Chief Minister, I explained to them with brotherhood and love and gave them reservation. With what mouth are they talking about Gurjar community today?

Who was Rajesh Pilot?

The specialty of Sachin Pilot's father Rajesh Pilot was that he always spoke openly against his party and government. Pilots close to Rajiv Gandhi and Sanjay Gandhi often used to show their attitude to the Congress high command. However, despite all the controversies, Rajesh Pilot did not leave the Congress party. For the first time in the year 1980, he contested the Lok Sabha elections from Bharatpur and reached Parliament after winning. In the year 1984, he became MP from Dausa for the second time. After that, in June 1991, he was made the Minister of Internal Security and Communications in the government of Narasimha Rao.