After Pilot exit, Cong, BJP redrawing strategy

Jaipur: After the expulsion of Sachin Pilot alongwith three other ministers from the Rajasthan government, political activities have picked up as the Congress has started planning its future strategy, whereas Bharatiya Janata Party is becoming more active.
Congress MLAs who have been kept at a hotel so as to minimise the chances of defections and horse-trading, continue to remain there even on Wednesday.
Congress is keeping an eye on the MLAs, though the exact number of supporters of Pilot and those with Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is not clear yet.
Though it is believed that Mr Gehlot does have majority right, there are rumours of the BJP ‘trying’ to influence some MLAs.
After the exit of Pilot, Gehlot has has already made changes at the organisational level. He is working on setting up a new state executive committee. Speculations for expansion of his cabinet are also rife.
It is believed that MLAs in Pilot camp wants to keep away from the BJP.
Meanwhile, the BJP has called a high-level meeting which was attended by senior party leaders like Om Prakash Mathur, former Chief minister Vasundhara Raje, V Satish and many other position holders.
The fast-changing political situation in the desert state in likely to be discussed.
The BJP has categorically denied the charge made by the Congress that it was ‘trying’ to create divisions among the Congress MLAs.