- Tag results for Rajasthan assembly election
The government on Thursday released a list of departments allocated to 25 ministers, including CM Gehlot and deputy Pilot.
The Congress high command held several rounds of meetings with both leaders, in the wake of the Rajasthan win, before an eventual call on the chief minister was taken.
The Congress party's observer for Rajasthan, KC Venugopal, officially announced the decision which ended the impasse.
In Madhya Pradesh, state Congress chief and veteran MP Kamal Nath and Jyotiradhitya Scindia are the two contenders for the Chief Ministerial post.
The results in several constituencies have been announced while counting still continues in other places.
In this exclusive interview with TNIE, Pilot shares a roadmap for Rajasthan, in two separate conversations, one before the polling and the other post-poll.
Polling took place in the state on Friday and the results will be declared on December 11.
In a conversation with Rajesh Asnani, Raje says she is confident that her work will help her win
You don't even know names of Congress leaders: PM Narendra Modi takes on Rahul Gandhi over 'Kumbhakaran Yojana' gaffe
While addressing a rally in Jhunjhunu on Tuesday, Gandhi said: "Ashok Gehlot had given some money for the 'Kumbhakaran Lift Yojana'."
Criticizing Rajasthan government Sindhia also said that the loan on the state has gone up by three times since the Congress government left in 2013.
The Assembly elections have left Jaipur rather deeply troubled and divided, turning even individual voters into almost a split personality.
According to Election Commission officials, the state shall go to polls for 199 seats out of the total 200 seats on December 7.
The saffron party, however, has countered the Congress' claim citing benefits of the Centre's Ujjwala scheme and state's Bhamashah scheme.
He also mounted a scathing attack on the Congress for launching personal vitriol against him, saying that they have abandoned the traditions and etiquettes of politics.
Of the 189 women candidates, 23 are from the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and 27 are from the Congress.