On Friday, Virender Singh Rathore, national secretary of the Congress party and co-incharge of Rajasthan, said the party would look into the concerns voiced by Sachin Pilot.
He promised that talks with party leaders will resolve all the problems.
Rathore was at Barmer for a Congress Committee review meeting.
“There are some issues raised by Congress leader Sachin Pilot and the party will resolve it,” Rathore said to reporters. “Every party has its own internal conflicts and it is not required to discuss them in the public.”
The AICC secretary assured everyone that they are prepared for the next elections and are confident that they would once again form the government.
Rathore claimed that the state of Rajasthan’s new Congress administration had implemented a slew of social programmes that were improving people’s lives.
He noted the significant effect of offering LPG cylinders for Rs 500 and 100 units of free energy.
Rathore had a meeting with the Congress committee before the press conference and told the local leaders that they “need not depend on Delhi” to find a solution.