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Congres Sachin Pilot, Ashok Gehlot All Contest Rajasthan Survey, Deny Rift

Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot announced at a press conference in Delhi.

New Delhi:

Both Sachin Pilot and Ashok Gehlot are scheduled to take part in the December 7 Rajasthan election, and the parliamentary party has decided to resolve the issue of many reports among the two top leaders, the two top finance ministers.

"I will fight against the Rajasthan general," said Sachin Pilot, a former prime minister former secretary of state, Ashok Gehlot.

Sachin Pilot added: "The instructions of Rahul Gandhi and GehlotGAt the request of the senator, I decided to oppose the general election. "

The question of who will challenge this election has been the object of much speculation in the polls. Both are considered candidates for the Prime Minister. The party hopes that the BJP ruling country will be able to win what it sees as Ban Ki-moon.

"We have a tradition that Rajul Gandhi does not declare the CM before the elections, no matter what he has decided on for the CM," Geehalt told reporters.

Rajasthan parliament is deeply divided between faithful factions of Ashok Gehlot (veteran) who represents young leadership and Sachin Pilot (chairman of the state council) who is 41 years old.

The party seemed to be reluctant to have a party only to avoid an unavoidable fight in the top post if it won.

The party 's Rajasthan authorities advised their leadership to follow the Madhya Pradesh model, which did not declare a major minister. Similar competition for top jobs is seen between Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia.

The sections in the party both must stay in the contest and focus on campaigns across the country as seen as a crowd cage. Another section thinks that two people should compete. – Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot of his position Sardarpura came from Ajmer. His old precinct was Dausa, and his father was MP.

Sachin Pilot was minister of the Manmohan Singh government, but he lost the 2014 Lok Sabha vote from Ajmer. Earlier this year, he did not appear in a by-election to parliament's huge profits.

This morning, Dausa's BJP lawmaker, Harish Meena, left the party and joined the parliament, hitting the ruling party.

The results in Rajasthan will be announced on December 11.

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