SACHIN PILOT

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Rajasthan: Bureaucrats say, sidelined Pilot focuses more on future

Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot appears to have sidelined his Deputy CM Sachin Pilot. This is in sync with Pilot's clean image that instead of taking confrontationist approach, he focuses on nurturing his political future. He refrained himself from opening any front against Gehlot as part of the strategy, this is what bureaucracy of Rajasthan talks about Pilot.

When Congress took over mantle in the state Pilot lost the battle of CMship to Gehlot but appointed as Deputy CM. Old guards had initially thought that gradually Rajasthan will be Pilot-centric and the grand old man Gehlot would gradually disappear from the scene.

Initially Pilot had a fair say in the administrative matters of the state but contrary to the perception, Gehlot has cut him to size and today he is just like a favoured minister. Taking cue from the power equation, MLAs too distanced themselves from Pilot.

Insiders say that Gehlot is a seasoned politician to settle such issues but Pilot does not appear to be a looser like Navjot Sidhu in Punjab. Pilot knows well that present moments are for Gehlot but future lies with him.

Insiders in state bureaucracy say that Pilot has started considering himself under probation period and has been nurturing his skills and acceptability to take up the top job in Rajasthan in the future.

(By Rakesh Ranjan)

11 Dec 2019
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Karnataka, Kamal and Kamal Nath: BJP’s opponents under constant pressure

Union minister and SAD leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal tweeted removing Kamal Nath from the post of MP CM for his involvement in 1984 Sikh riots case but it has a bigger political implication both for the BJP and the Congress alike. What is that?

The Congress has been accusing the BJP of its alleged intention of destabilizing Congress governments in MP, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh after Karnataka government was taken over by the BJP replacing the Congress. Actually it has been NaMo-Shah strategy to keep their opponents on tenterhooks by keeping them under pressure. This seems to be the approach towards these states as well.

However, the BJP is in no position to do anything in Chhattisgarh but yes in MP they might do something if not topple the government, speculation is rife that Jyotiraditya Scindia may replace Kamal Nath in MP as Jyotiraditya Scindia joining the BJP will have its own bearing the party and the BJP would eschew to go for any such move. A crippled non-performing government equally suits the BJP.

Not opening many fronts at the same time, the BJP will go slow in Rajasthan as Sachin Pilot has not forgotten that he was denied his due as CM’s post was given to Ashok Gehlot but Sachin will have to wait for some more time. This is clear that the NDA leadership does not do anything in such a way that anyone can read, understand or fathom their next move.

11 Sep 2019
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Rajasthan: Bureaucrats say, sidelined Pilot focuses more on future

By IndianMandarins 11 Dec 2019

Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot appears to have sidelined his Deputy CM Sachin Pilot. This is in sync with Pilot's clean image that instead of taking confrontationist approach, he focuses on nurturing his political future. He refrained himself from opening any front against Gehlot as part of the strategy, this is what bureaucracy of Rajasthan talks about Pilot.

When Congress took over mantle in the state Pilot lost the battle of CMship to Gehlot but appointed as Deputy CM. Old guards had initially thought that gradually Rajasthan will be Pilot-centric and the grand old man Gehlot would gradually disappear from the scene.

Initially Pilot had a fair say in the administrative matters of the state but contrary to the perception, Gehlot has cut him to size and today he is just like a favoured minister. Taking cue from the power equation, MLAs too distanced themselves from Pilot.

Insiders say that Gehlot is a seasoned politician to settle such issues but Pilot does not appear to be a looser like Navjot Sidhu in Punjab. Pilot knows well that present moments are for Gehlot but future lies with him.

Insiders in state bureaucracy say that Pilot has started considering himself under probation period and has been nurturing his skills and acceptability to take up the top job in Rajasthan in the future.

(By Rakesh Ranjan)

karnataka,-kamal-and-kamal-nath:-bjp’s-opponents-under-constant-pressure

Karnataka, Kamal and Kamal Nath: BJP’s opponents under constant pressure

By IndianMandarins 11 Sep 2019

Union minister and SAD leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal tweeted removing Kamal Nath from the post of MP CM for his involvement in 1984 Sikh riots case but it has a bigger political implication both for the BJP and the Congress alike. What is that?

The Congress has been accusing the BJP of its alleged intention of destabilizing Congress governments in MP, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh after Karnataka government was taken over by the BJP replacing the Congress. Actually it has been NaMo-Shah strategy to keep their opponents on tenterhooks by keeping them under pressure. This seems to be the approach towards these states as well.

However, the BJP is in no position to do anything in Chhattisgarh but yes in MP they might do something if not topple the government, speculation is rife that Jyotiraditya Scindia may replace Kamal Nath in MP as Jyotiraditya Scindia joining the BJP will have its own bearing the party and the BJP would eschew to go for any such move. A crippled non-performing government equally suits the BJP.

Not opening many fronts at the same time, the BJP will go slow in Rajasthan as Sachin Pilot has not forgotten that he was denied his due as CM’s post was given to Ashok Gehlot but Sachin will have to wait for some more time. This is clear that the NDA leadership does not do anything in such a way that anyone can read, understand or fathom their next move.

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