What has actually happened to the grand old party’s Rahul Gandhi, who remains on the target without fail? Consistently bearing sharp verbal arrows of senior Congressmen, Rahul is supposed to be polishing himself in a despondent way. Politically, he looks insecure as is speculated, but it is not truly the case. He proceeds to improve his political image that he deems perfect.
Recently, his reaction on the term ‘electoral autocracy’ has led some Congress leaders to disagree with him. “He is an MP himself…you can’t say that there is no democracy, because we have regular elections… If you lose, you can’t say that there is no democracy,” one leader said. Another said that Rahul “could have articulated the sentiment in a different fashion.” Is he, thus, ably clearing his thorny space lying in quite complicated field of the party politics? Sunny skies appear to be enticing some senior politicians of the party to go to the extent of resigning for openly denouncing groupism despite G-23’s disapprovals.
Rahul is at bay once again amid Chacko’s criticism. A senior man has spoken ill of him. Deeply humiliated by the political trend in Kerala, PC Chacko said that Rahul wants to drive the car by sitting on the back seat. Pushing others on the front foot, he cares little of owning responsibility. That’s why problems are not ending.
Chacko further added that ticket distribution in Kerala is wholly beset as an undemocratic process. He tried his best to discuss the peculiar matter with him and he even assured Chacko, saying that there will be discussion over the matter in days to come. However, he neither talks nor solves problems of anyone.
(बुरी तरह अपमानित महसूस कर रहे चाको ने कहा कि राहुल गांधी पिछली सीट पर बैठकर गाड़ी चलाना चाहते हैं। खुद जिम्मेदारी न लेकर दूसरों को आगे कर दे रहे हैं। इसीलिए समस्याएं खड़ी हो रही हैं। उन्होंने कहा कि केरल में जिस तरह से टिकट बांटे जा रहे हैं, वह पूर्णतया अलोकतांत्रिक है। उन्होंने इस विषय में कई बार राहुल गांधी से चर्चा की, लेकिन हर बार उन्होंने यह कहकर टाल दिया कि ठीक है, इस पर बात करेंगे। लेकिन, न वह बात करते हैं और न ही किसी की शिकायत दूर करते हैं।)
Another news report said that as many as 170 legislators have rendered their resignation from the Congress party in the past five years. However, life does not stop either for Rahul Gandhi or other leaders even. His efforts to stretch far beyond the acerbic criticism does not minimise. What some of his party leaders were doing at the present political scenario remains a wonderful matter.
Would he find hasty solutions to appease the disgruntled politicians who leave no chance to rant against him or the party? Their politically aggressive attitude remains on rise. Their suggestions or rues are just as vital as their presence in the party. Chacko made astonishing claims about how Rahul Gandhi does work and ignores his party-men at times.