Sachin Pilot and several other MLAs had mounted an open rebellion against Gehlot last June.
The minister also exuded confidence that the Congress will retain power due to welfare schemes launched by the state's Ashok Gehlot government.
AICC general secretary Maken said all the leaders have left the decision of the cabinet reshuffle to the party high command.
At present, there are 21 members in the council of ministers, including chief minister, and nine slots are vacant.
Sources said that the changes in the state unit are expected “as early as next week” with people from Pilot’s group likely to be inducted in the state cabinet, organization, and state boards.
State Congress president Govind Singh Dotasra, party MLAs and workers participated in the protest.
The trader, who managed to escape from his kidnappers, appeared at the district SP office on Tuesday and filed a complaint in the matter.
Though they have remained silent in public, CM Gehlot and state Congress chief Govind Singh Dotasara are also said to be angry at MLA Solanki’s phone tapping charges.
The dispute escalated to the extent that both leaders started verbally abusing each other. Dotasra warned that he would complain to the party National President Sonia Gandhi.
Indraj Gurjar showed his allegiance to former Rajasthan Deputy CM Sachin Pilot, saying he is with him and will remain with him.
Ajay Maken, the Congress in-charge for Rajasthan, said Pilot is an asset, but the party will not be run according to the wishes of a few leaders.
All three Congress MLAs to have spoken to the media about this alleged bias were part of the Pilot rebellion against Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot last year.
Fresh cracks in Rajasthan Congress as Pilot loyalist MLAs accuse govt of bias against SC, ST lawmakers
They also argued that while some MLAs are given a chance to speak in the House on many occasions, several SC, ST, and minority MLAs are ignored.
Gajendra Singh Shaktawat, who was suffering from liver infection, died at a private hospital in Delhi Wednesday morning.
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