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Who's Going to Give Rajasthan New Wings? Wikipedia Says 'Chief Minister' Sachin Pilot

File photo of Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot.

File photo of Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot.

While the counting for the Assembly Elections is still on in Rajasthan, Wikipedia announced Sachin Pilot as the 14th Chief Minister of Rajasthan.

It seems Wikipedia knows something that we don't. Or perhaps, even the Congress leaders in Rajasthan don't.

While the counting for the Assembly Elections is still on in Rajasthan, Wikipedia announced Sachin Pilot as the 14th Chief Minister of Rajasthan.

The information box under the Congress Leader’s picture indicates that he took office on December 13th, 2018 (today) under the heading “Incumbent”.

So far, Congress has taken the lead with 105 seats over the BJP’s 69.

Sachin Pilot and Ashok Gehlot, another stronghold leader of the Congress Party in Rajasthan, have won in their constituencies. This is Pilot’s first time contesting from the constituency of Tonk in the eastern part of Rajasthan near Jaipur and his second win in an Assembly Elections.

Speculations around who will take up the position of Chief Minister if Congress wins, have predicted that it can go either way between the 41-year-old and the much older Ashoka Gehlot. It seems, however, that Wikipedia has declared its allegiance in matters of the leadership in Rajasthan.