A trio of three Gandhis namely Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are necessarily not the additive inverse of late Indira Gandhi, who was named Durga by her ideological rivals. These three Gandhis at the paradoxically different political situation, and fail to emerge stronger in defying them on the political plane. Why is it so? The answer to this important concern should come from the trio.
Linking the poor political position of Gandhis in the present-day scenario with a Polish composer Chopin who wrote the last notes onto the score of the Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 8 during the spring of 1829, was a composition of considerable weight, and in some respects, it was similar to the Piano Sonata in C minor… Chopin wrote it in Antonin, for Swiss-American filmmaker Antoni Radziwiłł and his daughters. But there is no such sort of composer available for the Congress trio to make their Indira Gandhi-like comeback possible with big weight in the pan-Indian politics.
It is probably because of such disadvantage, Sonia Gandhi writes to Kerala people to support her grand old party in a big way. She appears so desperate in making her political party strong. Rahul Gandhi looks not so deft in doing politics like her sister who has revived a political sight in her favor at different districts of Uttar Pradesh. She has done political exercise through approaching the people, unlike Rahul’s physical push-ups. It is the state of Kerala that has kept Rahul Gandhi active on political cover otherwise his loss at Amethi tells much.
(कांग्रेस अध्यक्षा ने आगे कहा कि केरल में यूडीएफ को किया गया वोट राष्ट्रीय तौर पर कांग्रेस को मजबूत करने वाला वोट होगा. कांग्रेस विभाजनकारी ताकतों का सामना कर सकती है. यूडीएफ को किया गया वोट सांप्रदायिक सौहार्द और शांति का मार्ग प्रशस्त करेगा. यूडीएफ एक ऐसा प्रशासन देगा जो केरल के लोगों के लिए पारदर्शी, उत्तरदायी और जवाबदेह होगा)