CM candidate to be decided after poll results: Sachin Pilot
The Congress will decide its chief ministerial candidate for Rajasthan after the Assembly election results on December 11, the party’s senior leader Sachin Pilot said on Friday.
Pilot, who is seen as a frontrunner for the CM post, is confident that the Congress will sweep the polls.
“We will sit and discuss this after our party gets a majority in the election,” the Congress leader told reporters after casting his vote here.
Rajasthan, where 199 of the 200 Assembly seats are at stake, went to polls on Friday. Polling in Alwar constituency has been postponed because of the demise of a Bahujan Rajasthan Congress chief Sachin Pilot in Jaipur on Friday
Samaj Party (BSP) candidate.
“On the day of the results, the Congress party will form the government (in Rajasthan) and people will feel that it’s their own government which has come to power,” said Pilot.
He said the BJP government in the State has done very little to uplift the poor and the farmers, and people are “very disappointed”. Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, after casting his vote in Chhintamadaka village of Telangana’s Siddipet district