Though the Lok Sabha elections may have been successful, the defeat of the Congress in Rajasthan is not going to be better in the whole of the Congress. The internal battle of the party went further ahead when Ashok Gehlot said that the head of the party state committee and his deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot in the government should also take responsibility for the defeat of his son Vaibhav Gehlot by Jodhpur. In an interview, Sachin Pilot refused to comment on this but expressed surprise on Gehlot’s statement. Gehlot was asked in the interview that is it true that the name of your son from Jodhpur was suggested by the pilot only? Gehlot said, “If the pilot did this, then it is a good thing. It dismisses reports of differences between us. ‘ In this statement, he said, “Pilot Sahib also said that he would win by a significant margin, because we have 6 MLAs, and our election campaign was right. So I think that they should take responsibility for the defeat of glory. Jodhpur will have a full post-mortem of party defeat why we could not win that seat. When asked if he thinks that the pilot should take responsibility for losing? CM said, “He said that we were winning Jodhpur (from Jodhpur), so he took a ticket from Jodhpur. But we lost all 25 seats. Therefore, if someone says that CM or PCC Chief should take responsibility for it. I believe this is a collective responsibility. ‘
Openly for the first time when the pilot’s supporters publicly started to say that the reason for the defeat of Congress in the state is a way of working for CM. In the interview, Gehlot said that everyone should take responsibility for the loss. He said, ‘If someone wins all the credit for winnings, but if someone loses no responsibility. Elections have been completed in the collective leadership. ‘ Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat has defeated Vaibhav Gehlot by a gap of about 4 lakh votes. Even from Gehlot’s assembly constituency, Saradapura, Vaibhav left behind 19,000 votes. While Gehlot has been winning from there since 1998. Losing Gehlot’s seat is also shocking because Gehlot has been elected to the Parliament five times from there.