By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 01, Dec 2018, 9:25 am IST | UPDATED: 01, Dec 2018, 9:28 am IST
Desk FnF: The Congress in Rajasthan, which had reportedly gained an edge over the ruling BJP at the start of the election campaign, is losing steam due to constant infighting and factionalism, according to a reportin Mint.
The report suggests that party leaders and voters in Mewar, a bellwether region, have expressed discontent and confusion over Congress' fighting within the party ranks, as also its inability to project a chief ministerial face.
Sachin Pilot and Ashok Gehlot, two senior leaders of the party, have reportedly been at odds with each other even before campaigning for the state began. The differences also surfaced during candidate selection for the state, which goes to polls on December 7. Moreover, Gehlot's comment that there are over seven chief ministerial aspirants in the state has further confused voters.
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