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Who is Raghuveer Meena? Likely to replace Sachin Pilot as Rajasthan Congress president

It is reportedly said that Raghuveer Meena is likely to replace Sachin Pilot as the Rajasthan Congress President.

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As the country is already dealing with coronavirus outbreak but there is another problem which has emerged and that is the Rajasthan political crisis, after four months of Madhya Pradesh political crisis there is another challenge for Congress leading state Rajasthan. This move comes four months after Congress government in Madhya Pradesh was toppled by Pilot’s peer – Jyotiraditya Scindia and 22 MLAs who resigned from their posts.

It is reportedly said that Raghuveer Meena is likely to replace Sachin Pilot as the Rajasthan Congress President.

CM Ashok Gehlot has alleged the BJP of conspiring to topple his government by indulging in horse-trading, a charge denied by the opposition party. Meanwhile, claiming that the party has support of 109 MLAs, Rajasthan Congress has issued whip to MLAs for CLP meeting today

It is reportedly said that there are some ego clashes going on between Gehlot and Sachin.

Who is Raghuveer Meena?

Raghuveer Meena is is an Indian National Congress leader and member of Congress Working Committee (CWC).

He is Vice President of Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee.

He was Member of 15th Lok Sabha. In 2009, he was elected to the Lok Sabha from Udaipur constituency in Rajasthan state. He is a former member of the Rajasthan Vidhan Sabha and a former minister in the Government of Rajasthan from 2002-03.

Raghuveer Singh Meena was State president of Rajasthan Youth Congress from 1997-2002

Raghuveer Meena Education

Raghuveer Singh Meena has completed his Bachelor of Arts from Vardhaman Mahaveer University, Rajasthan. He has completed his L.L.B. from University of Rajasthan.

Raghuveer Singh Meena played a decisive role in the establishment of Indian Institute of Management (IIM) in Udaipur in 2011.

The tussle between Congress and BJP began last month in the run-up to Rajya Sabha elections, with the former levelling similar allegations of horsetrading against the latter. However, both the Congress candidates, KC Venugopal and Neeraj Dangi, had won the Rajya Sabha polls, while the BJP had managed to secure one seat for Rajendra Gehlot in the Rajya Sabha polls. In the assembly of 200, the Congress has 107 MLAs, including six who defected to the party from the BSP last year. The party enjoys the support of 12 of the 13 Independent MLAs in the state, while BJP has 72 MLAs and RLP has 3 MLAs.

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