With Ajmer not being represented in the cabinet, there is a possibility of a tussle in the Gehlot-pilot camp in political appointments as well.
Raktim Tiwari/Ajmer. After the formation of the cabinet, the Congress has started preparing for the appointments of political and DCC district heads. State President Govind Singh Dotasara will make appointments after discussion with CM Ashok Gehlot. However, due to the absence of Ajmer’s representation in the cabinet, there is a possibility of a tussle in the Gehlot-pilot camp in political appointments as well.
After the political crisis in July last year, the All India Congress Committee had dissolved all the DCCs, blocks and other units of the state. They have not been reconstituted even in a year and a half. In Ajmer too, the Congress is divided into Gehlot and Pilot factions. political
impact on appointments
Ajmer is not represented in the government for the first time in 35 years. This will have an impact on Ajmer’s political and DCC appointments. Appointments of office-bearers including the President and Trustees of Ajmer Development Authority, City and Countryside Congress President and other office bearers, Block President and other organizations are to be held.
Many Congressmen have hope.
The Congress leaders of Ajmer are expecting organizational and political appointments. Dr. Shrigopal Baheti, Dr. Rajkumar Jaipal are close to CM Gehlot. State Congress Vice President Naseem Akhtar Justice is currently neutral. Mahendra Singh Gurjar, Ramnarayan Gurjar, Hemant Bhati, Vijay Jain, Bhupendra Rathod, Harisingh Gurjar and other Congressmen are closely related to the Pilot faction. The way CM Gehlot has shown strength in the formation of the cabinet, due to which he is expected to maintain his supremacy in political and organizational appointments.