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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 6 months ago


    Since a year after tne election and a patch up JDS / Congress rule, Karnataka has had no proper governance and people and even the elected MLAs , most of them senior Congress and JDS leaders are fed up at the manner in which the top leadership is functioning. So, no wonder that they have decided to resign from the present state of affairs.  What happens today when the speaker takes up the issue is anybody's guess because he is a Congress man.


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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 6 months ago


    Now Scindia and Deora have resigned from their respective posts in UP and Maharashtra.  Might be that these youngsters are eyeing up at things at national level.  Deora and Pilot seem a much better choice than Scindia. 

    Now coming to Karnataka crisis,  this was bound to happen.  Only the Lok Sabha election could drag this government for so long.  And Congress like always is busy blaming BJP. 


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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 6 months ago


    Arunima Singh wrote:

    Now Scindia and Deora have resigned from their respective posts in UP and Maharashtra.  Might be that these youngsters are eyeing up at things at national level.  Deora and Pilot seem a much better choice than Scindia. 

    Now coming to Karnataka crisis,  this was bound to happen.  Only the Lok Sabha election could drag this government for so long.  And Congress like always is busy blaming BJP. 

    When the Karnataka government was formed, we were all promised a guaranteed entertainment for a long term and they are keeping up with that promise! Grin


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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 6 months ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:
    Arunima Singh wrote:

    Now Scindia and Deora have resigned from their respective posts in UP and Maharashtra.  Might be that these youngsters are eyeing up at things at national level.  Deora and Pilot seem a much better choice than Scindia. 

    Now coming to Karnataka crisis,  this was bound to happen.  Only the Lok Sabha election could drag this government for so long.  And Congress like always is busy blaming BJP. 

    When the Karnataka government was formed, we were all promised a guaranteed entertainment for a long term and they are keeping up with that promise! Grin

    LOL absolutely... On the one hand we have a crying,sobbing CM Kumara swamy caught between  a scheming father and a power hungry brother and then Congress party as usual arm twisting him , one can only pity him...no governance, development nor any official work. If things are functioning we need to thank the bureaucrats who have been carrying on with their duties , no matter what ! 


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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 6 months ago


    usha manohar wrote:
    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:
    Arunima Singh wrote:

    Now Scindia and Deora have resigned from their respective posts in UP and Maharashtra.  Might be that these youngsters are eyeing up at things at national level.  Deora and Pilot seem a much better choice than Scindia. 

    Now coming to Karnataka crisis,  this was bound to happen.  Only the Lok Sabha election could drag this government for so long.  And Congress like always is busy blaming BJP. 

    When the Karnataka government was formed, we were all promised a guaranteed entertainment for a long term and they are keeping up with that promise! Grin

    LOL absolutely... On the one hand we have a crying,sobbing PM caught between  a scheming father and a power hungry brother and then Congress party as usual arm twisting him , one can only pity him...no governance, development nor any official work. If things are functioning we need to thank the bureaucrats who have been carrying on with their duties , no matter what ! 

    I am sure you meant a crying,sobbing CM!  


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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 5 months ago


    Now today the drama has taken a new twist. Sonia Gandhi is back as their President till they decide for a new non Gandhi president. I mean that is shameful and ridiculous that party can not come up with any other leadership name out of Nehru Gandhi family. As there was a saying for general election 2019..."Aayega to Modi hi", we can have such saying for Congress President position..."Hoga to koi Gandhi hi"grinning


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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 5 months ago


    Arunima Singh wrote:

    Now today the drama has taken a new twist. Sonia Gandhi is back as their President till they decide for a new non Gandhi president. I mean that is shameful and ridiculous that party can not come up with any other leadership name out of Nehru Gandhi family. As there was a saying for general election 2019..."Aayega to Modi hi", we can have such saying for Congress President position..."Hoga to koi Gandhi hi"grinning

    The Congress party hasn't learned their lesson yet. The way things are at present, I don't think we can expect any change in leadership for many more years. It was, is and will always be Gandhi family.


  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 5 months ago


    In a way I can agree with their choice because even as Raul Gandhi began sulking and finally wanted to resign , there were quite a few candidates for the post. Seeing this eagerness the Gandhi family and its faithful followers who call the shots must have decided on Sonia Gandhi since the family can again rule but to what outcome ? However, to be fair Sonia Gandhi has proved that she is a better leader than her son and daughter.


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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 5 months ago


    In fact they were trying their best to INSTALL Priyanka Gandhi and when no one propose/accepted her as president of congress they had to revert back to Soniya. By the way, Soniya has asked to select some one neither too old or too young but in the range of 50 years. And within 8 hours of this statement she is back as the Congress President. I am very much sure there is large group of younger congress members ready to leave the party.


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  • Re: The ongoing resignation drama of Rahul Gandhi

    by » 5 months ago


    Priyanka Gandhi should have been given a chance. One cannot truly know about someone‘s calliber without giving it a shot. 

    Few months back it was all Priyanka Gandhi in the newspapers and now, the leardership is back to Soniya Gandhi. 

    There se infact numerous experienced and intelligent Congress leaders like Shashi Tharoor who can get lead the party. But i think maybe Congress is just all about the Gandhis. 


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