Recapture North India

Normally I don’t discuss politics on my blog (why, is a separate tree altogether), but there are very few exceptions to that, specially when a young dynamic leader goes out and speaks his mind; in the widely power-driven, vastly gray-haired and mostly corrupt political council of the country.

While the Congress is the oldest party (in India), it is also the youngest and has the largest number of young leaders who are looking forward and possessed with modern thinking. Move away from the corridors of power and work among the masses rather than [aspiring for] posts and positions. We have new challenges to overcome and new dreams to fulfill.

Rahul Gandhi, on his view to Recapture North India.

2 thoughts on “Recapture North India”

  1. Wow that was unusual. I just wrote an really long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that
    over again. Anyway, just wanted to say fantastic blog!

  2. Dear Nilkanth,
    It is sad that there are people out there who believe that Rahul Gandhi is a leader! I don’t recollect Rahul making a statement on any issue of national importance. Does this 35 year-old, whom the Congress is so keen on thrusting into our faces as the next Leader of the Nation, have any views at all? Does he have any opinions on foreign policy? Or economic growth of the country? Or the uniform civil code? What is his stand on corruption? Or anything!

    Remember ‘Leaders’ such as Rahul Gandhi & Co. cannot be thrust upon people and nor can they be created by the surname, the party, the mother or the media! Leaders have to prove themselves worthy to be followed. The first way to do so is to Speak Out!

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