Opinion/Commentary
The transformation of Rahul Gandhi - Kalyani Shankar, Pioneer
As he prepares to take over as Congress president, the Nehru-Gandhi scion must build on the traction he has been getting of late if he wants to be a long-term player in Indian politics. Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is likely to take over the reins of his party on December 5, ending the ‘suspense’. He will be fifth member of the Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty to become the president of the  132-year-old party. Congress strategists are delighted that in the    run-up to the elections in Gujarat next month, Rahul Gandhi is getting a good response.
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Congress party continuously supporting antisocial elements and those who indulge in violence. It raises voice against the security forces and police personnel of the country. Which academic discipline requires students to wear masks and hold stones while studying? The Congress party always choose to stand with those who are inimical to the country and rile up security forces.
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