Former Speaker of Rajasthan Meeting and Congress MLA from Srimadhopur, Deependra Singh Shekhawat, who’s among the many 18 legislators loyal to former deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot, stated on Wednesday that Pilot and his supporters should not bargaining for any posts however looking for ‘honour and self-respect’ for the grassroots Congress staff within the state.
“Stories of a discount happening for variety of positions within the cupboard, boards and company are completely false. Mr Pilot and all of us have been striving to hunt honour and self-respect for the grassroots Congress staff in Rajasthan,” Shekhawat stated in a press release on Wednesday.
He added that those that helped the Congress come into energy within the state should be given ample recognition.
“These people who valiantly took on the wrath of BJP governments of Vasundhara Raje and Modi from 2014 onwards, gave their sweat and blood to revive the Congress after it suffered its worst-ever defeat in 2013 — getting solely 21 seats out of 200 — must get ample recognition and respect now that we’re the get together in energy,” he stated.
Shekhawat’s assertion comes a day after six former BSP MLAs, accused 19 MLAs who had camped at Delhi and Haryana final 12 months in the course of the political disaster, of pressurising the Congress excessive command.
Their concentrating on of the Pilot camp had led to 2 loyalist MLAs of Pilot launching a counter-attack on the previous BSP MLAs, saying how can individuals who change events query these whose households have been within the Congress for generations.
The previous Speaker stated that the political appointments shouldn’t be given to ‘cherry-picked bureaucrats.’
“Political appointments needs to be given to those that have carried the burden of constructing the Congress win on the polling cubicles and never cherry-picked retired bureaucrats and officers whose loyalties are momentary, at greatest,” stated Shekhawat. “Now we have full religion within the dedication made by the excessive command to deal with all such points which we have now raised.”