AICC spokesman Randeep Surjewala said, "People who have enjoyed the fruits of power for four decades and are held in high esteem by Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi. they should look within themselves before pointing fingers at the Congress leadership".
The Congress leaders regretted that Rahul has led the Congress to a one-point agenda of attacking Prime Minister Modi and when the elections come, he hikes a ride on other parties, jumping on the Lalu Prasad-Nitish Kumar bandwagon in Bihar elections and now latching on Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav in Uttar Pradesh.
The party veteran Ms. Dikshit in a newspaper interview on Thursday said that Gandhi was "still not mature, his age does not allow him to be mature".
On Saturday, the former clarified her statement in her twitter account with hashtag "Don't twist my words".
BJP leader, Dharmendra Pradhan told a press conference that he thanked Sheila Dixit for acknowledging Rahul Gandhi was immature. "His words are those of a young, courageous and restless man", Dikshit said. The demand will, now, once again focus on whether Rahul Gandhi will be made the Congress president and his sister, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, play a more pro-active role.
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She wants to take France out of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation military alliance, the Euro, and probably out of the EU. Femen said on Facebook that "nothing in Marine Le Pen's programme promotes the emancipation of women".
In an interview to The Times of India she has kicked up a controversy by saying that Rahul needs a few years more to mature in politics.
Either way, the Gandhis are well aware that come March 11, any further political reversals will not only mean a big question mark on the Congress but particularly the abilities of party vice president Rahul Gandhi.
"Prime Minister Modi has been benevolent towards the rich and has waived their loans, but not the loans of farmers", he added.
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