Political crisis in Rajasthan LIVE updates | Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi: I consider Sachin Pilot one of the most talented, competent and impressive Congress men we have. He is a friends also. We all value him in the party. He should come and air his grievances, the floor is open. All people are prepared to listen to him.
He may have genuine grievances but where I draw a red flag is that if you try to topple a govt or hurt your own Congress party. I think everything except that red flag is accepted in the party. It's a capacious party. I urge, request, beg him to exercise that right.
Rajasthan Political Crisis Highlights: Congress to hold party meet tomorrow, 'requests' Sachin Pilot to attend
Rajasthan Political Crisis: Sachin Pilot on Sunday declared open rebellion, claiming that the Ashok Gehlot government is in minority now as over 30 Congress MLAs are supporting him.
Rajasthan Political Crisis: The power struggle between Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his deputy Sachin Pilot has deepened with those in Pilot's camp claiming that there have been repeated attempts to undermine his authority. Gehlot on Saturday accused the opposition BJP of trying to topple his government by offering legislators large sums of money and said his administration is not just stable but will complete its five-year term.
Meanwhile, Sachin Pilot on Sunday declared open rebellion, claiming that the Ashok Gehlot government is in minority now as over 30 Congress MLAs are supporting him. The Congress on Monday said its doors remain open for Sachin Pilot.Doors are open for Sachin Pilot and other MLAs, senior leader Randeep Surjewala told reporters here ahead of a crucial meeting of party MLAs.The Congress Legislature Party meeting began about three hours later than scheduled, with ministers and MLAs flashed victory signs for the cameras. Catch all the LIVE updates here: