“Sachin Pilot is not just a colleague but my friend. No one can take away the fact that all these years he has worked with dedication for the party,” Prasada tweeted.
“Sincerely hope the situation can still be salvaged. Sad it has come to this…,” he mentioned.
Shortly after he was sacked, Pilot mentioned, “Truth can be rattled, not defeated”.
He solely described himself as MLA of Tonk and a former minister of IT, Telecom & Corporate affairs, Government of India.
Prasada, 46, and Pilot, 42, had been mentioned to be a part of the Congress’ younger brigade together with Jyotiraditya Scindia who left to hitch the BJP earlier this 12 months.