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Sachin Pilot’s supporters throng his residence to greet him on his b’day

A group of his supporters, named as Sachin Pilot Fans club, also released a 57-second video projecting Pilot as Rajasthan's future leader, presenting his vision for the state without making any reference to the Ashok Gehlot government.

By: PTI | Jaipur |
Updated: September 7, 2021 9:09:53 pm
Sachin Pilot with supporters on his birthday | Twitter/@SachinPilot

Former Rajasthan deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot’s supporters on Tuesday thronged his residence to greet him on his 44th birthday in show of strength.

A group of his supporters, named as Sachin Pilot Fans club, also released a 57-second video projecting Pilot as Rajasthan’s future leader, presenting his vision for the state without making any reference to the Ashok Gehlot government.

The video on the development of Rajasthan reflects Pilot’s aspiration for a larger role in the state. It was released on Monday on the eve of his birthday and is being circulated on the social media.

Pilot began his day by offering prayers at Khole ke Hanuman temple on the Delhi Road. A large number of his supporters from various parts of the state reached his residence and greeted him birthday.

The MLAs of pilot’s camp including Mukesh Bhakar and other leaders were present at the residence.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehot, PCC chief Govind Singh Dotasra, BJP state president Satish Poonia and other leaders too wished Pilot on his birthday.

“Wishing you a very happy birthday @SachinPilot ji. May you be blessed with happiness, good health and a long life,” Gehlot tweeted.

Pilot’s supporters on Monday had carried out a plantation drive in all 200 assembly constituencies of the state to mark his birthday.

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