Speaking to ANI on Sunday, Pilot said, "We respect each other and believe in collective leadership. We will fight the polls united and after securing a majority, our MLAs and the party will decide who to delegate responsibilities to. If anyone has any problem with this system, he should take it up with the leadership and sort things out. This has always been the tradition, policy, and history of our party," Pilot said.
"Our mindset and objective is to fight the elections unitedly and win a majority mandate. Should the people bless us back to power, we will sit across the table and decide who should do what. The same procedure was followed in 2018 and will be repeated this year as well. However, our first priority is to win a majority," the senior Congress leader added.
On India's chances in the ongoing cricket World Cup final between hosts India and Australia, which is being staged at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, the Congress leader exuded confidence in the hosts prevailing over the five-time champions.