Congress’ Rajasthan imbroglio is a win-win state of affairs for BJP


Vibha Sharma

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, July 13

As the Congress battles to maintain its home so as in Rajasthan, the BJP which tackled an identical state of affairs in Madhya Pradesh in March and earlier in Karnataka, is holding an in depth watch. Though it will like nothing higher than to displace the Congress authorities in Jaipur, the saffron occasion would first wish to see Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Deputy CM Sachin Pilot play out all their strikes.

Senior BJP leaders say whether or not Gehlot manages to avoid wasting his authorities or not “it is a win-win situation” for his or her occasion. Like Jyotiraditya Scindia, the BJP would really like Pilot to affix it however the advantages he accrues will all rely on how the present deadlock ends. “It is only if he has the numbers to ensure the fall of the Gehlot government will he be in a position to bargain with the BJP,” say political observers.

Meanwhile, Scindia seems to be the BJP’s pointsperson to speak to Pilot.

On Sunday, Scindia took a swipe on the Congress expressing remorse over the best way his “erstwhile colleague” Pilot was being “sidelined and persecuted” by Gehlot.

“Shows that talent and capability find little credence in the Congress,” mentioned Scindia whose exit from the grand previous occasion in March resulted within the fall of the Kamal Nath authorities and the return of the BJP in Madhya Pradesh.

“Sad to see my erstwhile colleague, @SachinPilot too, being sidelined and persecuted by Rajasthan CM, @ashokgehlot51. Shows that talent and capability find little credence in the @INCIndia,” tweeted Scindia, additional fanning hypothesis that Pilot was headed his approach into the BJP.

 



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