New Delhi:

Senior Congress leader and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath is likely to mediate in the Rajasthan crisis.

Sources told NDTV that Kamal Nath will meet party chief Sonia Gandhi in Delhi.

In Rajasthan, 92 MLAs on Sunday threatened to resign, saying that they want Ashok Gehlot to continue as the chief minister along with the nomination for the post of national president of the Congress.

However, this possibility was eliminated by Rahul Gandhi citing "one man one post".

Ahead of the legislature party meeting on Sunday, the legislators met at the house of Team Gehlot MLA Shanti Dhariwal and passed a resolution that a chief minister should be elected from only 102 MLAs.

Who stood with the government at the time of the rebellion in 2020.

Central observers Mallikarjun Kharge and Ajay Maken were sent to Jaipur, who were tasked to resolve the crisis by holding one-on-one talks with the MLAs.

After talking to the MLAs, both returned to Delhi today.

While the dissidents refused to talk to the central leaders, most of the MLAs have gone to their districts for Navratra.

The MLAs say that they will meet the central leaders in the group and the question of the chief minister's post should be resolved after the internal elections of the party.

Sources say that the Gandhi family is very angry with Ashok Gehlot.

Many in the party argue that he has humiliated the Congress and he should be thrown out of the race for the post of party chief.

Kamal Nath had to face a similar crisis two years ago, after which his government in Madhya Pradesh fell.

One of the party's top leaders in Madhya Pradesh, Jyotiraditya Scindia, who wanted to become the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, joined the BJP along with 22 MLAs, which led to the fall of the government.