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’10-50 crore offer… conspiracy to topple the government… SP will leave the party’ Gehlot told Sonia

Gehlot, when he reached Sonia Gandhi’s residence to meet her, it is being said that he had gone with all his preparations. He had prepared a note.

Ashok Gehlot

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Chief Minister of Rajasthan Ashok Gehlot Congress President on Thursday Sonia Gandhi After meeting with, it was decided to exclude himself from the race for the post of President. After meeting Sonia, he also apologized and decided not to contest the president’s election. Gehlot, when he reached Sonia Gandhi’s residence to meet her, it is being said that he had gone with all his preparations. He had prepared a note, which was presented with Sonia Gandhi and later apologized in front of the media.

A photograph captured by Malayala Manorama photographer J Suresh shows Gehlot holding some chit-sheets which are believed to have been picked up by Sonia Gandhi at a meeting. It is believed from the picture that the chit-sheets in the hands of Gehlot are small rivals. Sachin Pilot There is a kind of charge sheet against him. It is being said that Ashok Gehlot had come to Delhi only so that he could stop Sachin Pilot from reaching the chair. There was news for Gehlot from the beginning that he does not want to give his chair to Payal.

10-50 crore offer

In the meeting with Sonia Gandhi, Gehlot has made many serious allegations against Pilot. According to the chit-sheet, “Support of 102 MLAs as against SP plus 18”, suggesting that Pilot was all set to leave the Congress. Gehlot has probably alleged that Pilot had conspired with the BJP to topple the state Congress government. It is being told that Rs 10-50 crore was offered to the MLAs for this.

Serious allegations against Gehlot’s pilot

According to the picture, Gehlot told Sonia Gandhi that “what happened is very sad, I am also very hurt.” He said that “seeing the wind change in politics, they leave together, this did not happen here.” According to the picture, he also said that “SP will leave the party – it would have been good for the party if the observer had given the correct report first.” Further it has also been said about Sachin Pilot that “the first state president who tried to topple the government.”

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