I was going through a blog written for times of India which gave a very detailed analysis of the present status of the Congress party which has been fast dwindling in its importance as a National party except when it is sitting on dharnas against the govt or it's leaders go on a periodical Modi bashing. 

Several suggestions and reasons have been put forth in the article including a change in the leadership.

What would be your honest opinion about the reasons for the failure of the party and the leadership crisis in Congress .

Please only post carefully thought out opinions and views ..

http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/toi-editorials/reform-or-perish-gandhis-must-quit-posts-congress-must-reinvent-itself-as-indias-first-modern-party/?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=TOI

 


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  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    I feel that Congress is doomed and does not hold any relevance or even a bit of credibility. They have lost all their honour and integrity (never had much to begin with) due to corruption and underhanded gimmicks of the ruling family and their cohorts. The Maino family should move out of India back to Italy for good and the party should be dissolved once and for all.


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  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    Definitely, it is Leadership crisis. Rahul and Sonia, even after debacles in UP, never tried to introspect. The main problem with Congress is. there is no democracy within the party

    Dynastic rule taken deep  roots in the Congress Party .

    New talent and fresh ideas have no room within the party

     Hence I conclude the future of Congress is not bright.


  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    While after each election debacle the party speaks about introspection , there is hardly any done because they keep looking for a scapegoat so that the Nehru family gets shielded ...BBC has come up with a list of the most corrupt political parties in the world and Congress stands fourth which in itself should be an eye opener.

     

     

    http://postcard.news/bbc-news-point-releases-names-10-corrupt-political-parties-world-2017-check-party-india-named-corrupt/2/

     


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  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    Yes. I read the link article

    Congress party is the fourth most corrupted party in India, headed by Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi


  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    Although Indian National Congress is weak, the fact remains that this party is present in the entire country- either as ruling or opposition group. The weakness of Congress as well other secular forces including communists lies in the fact that they could not defeat the politics  of  caste and religion.  There are also organizational weaknesses. The communal forces have cleverly exploited the deep rooted religious sentiments and caste division. The secular forces need to make a critical analysis and come together to save the nation from danger of fascism in the garb of pseudo nationalism.   


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  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    Congress is present in the entire Country.  What is the use of remaining in the entire country, without contributing any thing to the Nation or the People?

    Right now Congress is being hated in this Country. The very fact that this party failed miserably in UP says that Congress is not the Party, that serves the purpose of this Country. That is why, it lost in every  place wherever it contested.


  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    Congress still not ready to learn a lesson from its defeat, still you can see its members are supporting selective secularism. One of the main reason for loss of Congress party during election was the selective secularism, when it was a ruling party and Dr. Manmohan Singh was P.M. of our country, he said that Muslims have first right on resources. 

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Muslims-must-have-first-claim-on-resources-PM/articleshow/754937.cms

     


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  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


     It is good Pseudo Secularists have gone from the scenario once and for all.

    Congress is not ready to learn the lessons from its massive debacle in UP. Instead it is blaming that BJP has stolen the elections.


  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    Although Indian National Congress is weak, the fact remains that this party is present in the entire country- either as ruling or opposition group. The weakness of Congress as well other secular forces including communists lies in the fact that they could not defeat the politics  of  caste and religion.  There are also organizational weaknesses. The communal forces have cleverly exploited the deep rooted religious sentiments and caste division. The secular forces need to make a critical analysis and come together to save the nation from danger of fascism in the garb of pseudo nationalism.   

    Of course Congress is not finished but has lost it's national importance as of now. I guess they do not fit in anywhere , either as rulers since they are extremely corrupt and Communal nor  as opposition since they are unable to handle failure maturely and carry on being a responsible opposition...It is interesting to see that the leadership issue has not even been touched upon in a true congressman fashion where some are unquestionable and more equal that the rest  .

    What you say about divisive politics is 100 percent true since Communal parties like Congress have done only that in so many decades and now BJP with its secular and development based agenda has to save the nation from these psuedo seculars.. Thankfully people have realized this and are with BJP..


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  • Re: What is the future of Congress party under the present leadership?

    by » 3 years ago


    usha manohar wrote:
    Gulshan Kumar Ajmani wrote:

    Although Indian National Congress is weak, the fact remains that this party is present in the entire country- either as ruling or opposition group. The weakness of Congress as well other secular forces including communists lies in the fact that they could not defeat the politics  of  caste and religion.  There are also organizational weaknesses. The communal forces have cleverly exploited the deep rooted religious sentiments and caste division. The secular forces need to make a critical analysis and come together to save the nation from danger of fascism in the garb of pseudo nationalism.   

    Of course Congress is not finished but has lost it's national importance as of now. I guess they do not fit in anywhere , either as rulers since they are extremely corrupt and Communal nor  as opposition since they are unable to handle failure maturely and carry on being a responsible opposition...It is interesting to see that the leadership issue has not even been touched upon in a true congressman fashion where some are unquestionable and more equal that the rest  .

    What you say about divisive politics is 100 percent true since Communal parties like Congress have done only that in so many decades and now BJP with its secular and development based agenda has to save the nation from these psuedo seculars.. Thankfully people have realized this and are with BJP..

    Congress used minorities as their vote bank, and has not done work for either minority or majority. They tried to overlook the majority, and the result is that this party was not able to get votes from any community. Most surprising is that this party is still focusing on selective secularism. Now India wants to be united and focus on development. 


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