Sachin Pilot, former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan (centre), pictured at an event in March. Photo: Facebook Sachin Pilot, former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan (centre), pictured at an event in March. Photo: Facebook
Sachin Pilot, former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan (centre), pictured at an event in March. Photo: Facebook
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Sachin Pilot’s Rajasthan sacking could hasten Congress party’s slide into oblivion

  • Sachin Pilot was the deputy chief minister of India’s biggest state before his shock sacking this week for refusing to toe the party line
  • Analysts say the 42-year-old’s fate provides yet more evidence of a diminished Congress riven by infighting after last year’s electoral defeat

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Sachin Pilot, former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan (centre), pictured at an event in March. Photo: Facebook Sachin Pilot, former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan (centre), pictured at an event in March. Photo: Facebook
Sachin Pilot, former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan (centre), pictured at an event in March. Photo: Facebook
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