CP Joshi: Never missed becoming CM after losing by 1 vote, now Gehlot will make Joshi as CM for pilot’s cut – न्यूज़लीड India

CP Joshi: Never missed becoming CM after losing by 1 vote, now Gehlot will make Joshi as CM for pilot’s cut


Due to losing the election by one vote, the CM’s chair was shifted from him.

CP Joshi is the current Speaker of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly. Joshi was at the forefront of the race to become the Chief Minister in the 2008 Rajasthan assembly elections, but lost the election by just one vote, leaving him the CM’s chair. Became CM Ashok Gehlot. Now Ashok Gehlot himself is trying to make CP Joshi the CM after seeing his chair being vacant.

Nomination papers will be filed from September 24

Nomination papers will be filed from September 24

Actually, elections are being held for the post of National President of India’s oldest political party Congress. Nomination papers will be filed from 24th September. The contest for the post of president is expected between Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot and Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor. If Ashok Gehlot becomes the Congress President, he may have to leave the post of Chief Minister of Rajasthan. In such a situation, the question arises that who will become the new CM of Rajasthan?

A new picture of Rajasthan's politics will be formed

A new picture of Rajasthan’s politics will be formed

In the event of Ashok Gehlot winning the Congress Presidential election, a new picture of Rajasthan’s politics will be created. CP Joshi may be the next Chief Minister. Let us inform that after the victory of the Congress in the Rajasthan assembly elections 2018, the tussle between Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot faction had started over becoming the Chief Minister. Then Ashok Gehlot got the CM and Sachin Pilot got the post of Deputy CM. Sachin Pilot was also the PCC Chief. The tussle between the two Congress leaders came to the fore two years after the formation of the Congress government in Rajasthan, when in 2020, Sachin Pilot, along with the MLAs of his faction, camped in a hotel in Haryana.

Had to lose the post of Deputy CM and State President

Had to lose the post of Deputy CM and State President

Rajasthan Political Crisis 2020 was overshadowed for several days. During that time, CM Ashok Gehlot also came on the front foot and played political bets. The result of the rebellion of Sachin Pilot was that he had to lose the post of Deputy CM and State President. Ashok Gehlot made his close leader Govind Singh Dotasara the Rajasthan State President by shunting Sachin Pilot. Sachin Pilot remained MLA only from Tonk.

Political relations between Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot did not improve

Political relations between Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot did not improve

Two years later, even till 2022, the political relations between Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot did not improve. Meanwhile, Congress National President elections have come and Ashok Gehlot is about to enter the fray. In such a situation, if Ashok Gehlot wins, he will have to leave the post of Chief Minister of Rajasthan. At the same time, the Sachin Pilot faction also started creating an atmosphere that Ashok Gehlot should be made the National President and Sachin Pilot should be made Rajasthan CM. According to media reports, Ashok Gehlot has proposed to make Rajasthan State President CP Joshi as CM after meeting Sonia Gandhi.

CP Joshi was born on 29 July 1970.

CP Joshi was born on 29 July 1970.

Now if we talk about CP Joshi, then he comes from Brahmin community in Rajasthan. Like Ashok Gehlot, he is also one of the close leaders of the Gandhi family. He also has long experience in politics. He has also been the state president of Rajasthan Congress. Born on July 29, 1970, CP Joshi has been an MLA from Nathdwara seat in Rajsamand district of Rajasthan in 1980, 1985, 1998 and 2003.

In 2008, CP Joshi was the frontrunner in the race to become the CM.

In 2008, CP Joshi was the frontrunner in the race to become the CM.

CP Joshi was at the fore in the race to become the CM in the Rajasthan assembly elections 2008. Ashok Gehlot was at number two. CP Joshi again tried his luck from Nathdwara seat. In front of him was BJP’s Kalyan Singh Chauhan. CP Joshi got 62 Thousand 215 votes and Kalyan Singh Chouhan got 62 Thousand 216 votes. CP Joshi lost the election by one vote and could not even become the CM.

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