"They have misconception about the voters that they are in their pocket. We are contesting to win and the results are going to be stunning and in favour of Congress," Pilot told reporters after the state executive meet here.
On dissatisfaction and protest by party leaders and workers over ticket distribution, the Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee president said the party has given tickets thoughtfully and in a balanced manner. He said that many people demand for party tickets and expressing their views was their rights.
"Overall, the tickets allotted are balanced," he said. Referring to denial of ticket to BJP leader Jaswant Singh, he said BJP was sidelining its senior leaders. He said though it was BJP's internal matter but sidelining senior leaders would have negative impact for the party.
On Congress leaders joining other parties including Colonel Sonaram Choudhary who is contesting on a BJP ticket from Barmer, Pilot he said the people who defect before elections shows how committed they were towards the party.
The state unit meeting, which was attended by AICC general secretary and in-charge of party affairs in the state Gurudas Kamath, was held to discuss Lok Sabha election preparations and election strategy.
Pilot informed that various committees related to the election would be constituted in coming days and a separate cell would also be established for better presence on social media.