Opinion/Commentary
Failing the tests of political leadership - Anirban Ganguly, Pioneer
While Rahul Gandhi and his party thrive on the politics of hate and appeasement, he himself has become a political separatist who pretends to be a liberator of India. In short, he is an impostor. The first part of my column on Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s imbecile interview to World Post through Monsieur Nicolas Berggruen evoked a sharp volley of expletives from the Congress and Communist trolls. Both parties, and most of their members have long given up on their past habit of intellectual responses and have developed the habit of trolling.
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