In a related development, Rajasthan CM Gehlot showed his strength in Jaipur on Monday (July 13) at the Congress Legislature Party meeting, where around 106 MLAs reportedly attended. Ashok Gehlot, however, took his MLAs in the bus at a resort. This simply shows that Gehlot is not confident in his number game. However, those close to Pilot him disputed Gehlot's claim that his government had a majority and said this is proven in the assembly and not at the CM's house. … [Read more...] about Congress extends olive branch to Sachin Pilot as Rajasthan stalemate continues
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"I appeal to Sachin Pilot and all his fellow MLAs to join today's Legislature Party meeting. While expressing your faith in the ideology and values of the Congress, please make your presence felt and strengthen the hands of Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi," Pande tweeted. … [Read more...] about ‘Strengthen hands of Sonia, Rahul’: Cong reaches out to placate Pilot
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