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The days of the Delhi Durbar are over. Sonia Gandhi’s court now resembles that of Bahadur Shah Zafar. Yes, loyal Ghazis will rally to the Dynasty’s support, but the battle has been lost even before it has begun. The sooner Congress realises this the better it shall be for the only other national party of the world’s largest democracy. Rahul Gandhi is irrelevant in the stupendous task of putting the Congress back together again.
Kanchan Gupta

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