Rebel Congress leader Sachin Pilot, who returned to the party fold yesterday after a meeting with Rahul Gandhi, has said that there was no place for personal enmity, hatred or differences when it comes to politics. Pilot comments came after reporters asked him about his differences with Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. "A three-member committee has been formed by Congress after issues raised by me and some MLAs. The issues we raised were of importance. There is no place for malice or personal enmity in politics," Sachin Pilot told reporters.
Pilot also said that his issues and grievances were valid and heard by Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi. "In our meeting, Priyanka ji and Rahul ji heard our grievances patiently and assured that a road map will be chalked out to solve them," Sachin Pilot said.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday said he will address grievances of MLAs, a day after the Congress set up a commitee to look into the issues raised by rebel legislators.
A meeting between Sachin Pilot and Rahul Gandhi on Monday signalled an "amicable resolution" of nearly a month-long Rajasthan crisis ahead of the crucial assembly session from August 14.
Gehlot said he does not know why some MLAs rebelled and what promises were made to them.
(With PTI inputs)