Congress Will Discover A Solution To The Crisis in Rajasthan, Says Jairam Ramesh

Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said the party leadership would devise a strategy to end infighting in Rajasthan . He said the only aim was to find a way to improve the organizations primacy .

Jhalawar, Rajasthan: Senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said on Tuesday that the party's leadership would devise a strategy to end the infighting in Rajasthan between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and his former deputy Sachin Pilot, but that after the yatra ends, the assembly elections in Rajasthan will begin, with only seven to eight months remaining.Mr Ramesh, the general secretary of the All India Congress Committee (AICC), told PTI that the party's leadership would come up with a path forward that preserves the organization's primacy, not that of any individual or the other.He said the only aim was to find a way to improve the organization's primacy during the political crisis in July 2020 when Mr Pilot, who was then Rajasthan deputy chief minister and the state Congress president, revolted against him.However, he said that the members adhere to the party's values.He said that Rajasthan had Haridev Joshi, Shivcharan Mathur, and Nawal Kishore Sharma who had their own factions in the 1980s.

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