The Congress government in Rajasthan appears to be deep in a crisis with rift between Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot out in open. The Rajasthan Legislative Assembly has 200 seats. The Congress has 107 MLAs and enjoys the support of independent MLAs and MLAs of other parties like Rashtriya Lok Dal, CPI (M) and Bhartiya Tribal Party (BTP). The BJP has 72 MLAs.
A social media humour is going around that says: "The BJP planned to celebrate Holi in Madhya Pradesh, Raksha Bandhan in Rajasthan and Diwali in Maharashtra".
The Congress government in Rajasthan appears to be on the brink of collapse with Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot meeting BJP leader Jyotiraditya Scindia and claiming to have the support of 30 MLAs. The Rajasthan SOG summon to Sachin Pilot for an investigation into "poaching" of MLAs is said to be the flashpoint which escalated the rift between Congress's old guard and the new. Congress has issued a whip to its MLAs to attend the legislative meeting in Jaipur.
Sachin Pilot, the Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan who claims the support of 30 MLAs, has refused to attend a key meeting of Congress MLAs called by Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today, a huge sign that he might be the next to exit the party.
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