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Rahul Says He Is Willing To Accomplish Any Task Given To Him By His Party
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Since long ago, various assumptions and presumptions were doing the rounds regarding Lok Sabha elections. After the Delhi assembly polls, the discussions have heated up. Who will rule the nation and who will get hold of the prestigious position of Prime Minister is the questions making rounds in media and among the civilians. BJP long back proclaimed its Prime Ministerial candidate as Narendra Modi, chief minister of Gujarat. AAP is still pending with its list of candidates and also with the declaration of its prime ministerial candidate. Amidst of all these turbulence, Congress has kept things under wraps, but as per reports Rahul will hold the banner of PM for his party.
Rahul Gandhi, vice-president of Congress party is yet to be declared the next PM candidate of the party. Right now he is busy hosting rallies and various campaigns for the party as a way of promoting his party nationwide. He is ready to take up any responsibility whatever the party wants him to do. In an interview to Dainik Bhaskar, a leading Hindi daily he stated the above words and also made clear that he is the sepoy of Congress party and thus will obey whatever the party wants him to do. He will never step back from his responsibilities. He more added that he has always served the party and have completed all those tasks that the party has assigned him.
On January 17, AICC meeting is going to take place, where it is expected that Congress is going to declare its PM candidate for the next elections. Just before the meet, such a statement from the vice president of the party makes confusions clear that Rahul is all ready to enter into the PM race willingly. In the upcoming meet Congress is set to arrange a strategy for the Lok Sabha elections that will be followed strictly.
Accusations and allegations have become an intense part of political promotion. Rahul in his speech accused Modi and said that the nation cannot run on one man’s ideas alone. He even dragged AAP and said that decisions should be such that will benefit in the long run and not just changing the present. Rahul looked very optimistic with his party and its strategies. When asked about what will be the end result of Lok Sabha polls then he appeared to be positive and claimed Congress is a strong and an active party. He further added that the party have earlier also changed the shape of politics and in the future also it will do so. He further added that with the allies by the party’s side they will win 2014 elections.
Lok Sabha elections are due in May and it will be interesting to watch who can compete with the other two and win the race. The victory will bring in power and also chance to rule the entire nation. It now depends on the citizens of the country to choose among Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi and yet to be out AAP’s PM candidate.
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