Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

Anybody can be PM, Rahul popular with public', says Shatrughan Sinha

Anybody can be PM, Rahul popular with public', says Shatrughan Sinha

Supporting Rahul, BJP's disgruntled leader and Patna Sahib MP Shatrughan Sinha on Saturday had said the Congress president, who has "matured in the past few years", was popular with the public and asked, "What was wrong if the leader heading the biggest, oldest national party saw a possibility of becoming the next prime minister". AAP in Delhi, Congress in Punjab while the alliance of Janata Dal (U), Congress and Lalu's RJD in Bihar may have upset the apple's cart of BJP but at the moment, the supremacy of saffron party is indubitable.

This will be answered on Tuesday, when the Karnataka election results are declared. "Anybody can dream and dreams would only come true if you dream".

Singh's letter, dated Sunday, said that Modi's statement during an election rally in Karnataka's Hubli on 6 May has used words that were "menacing and intimidating with an intent to insult and provoke" breach of peace. The BJP, on the other hand, seemed like a party that was struggling to take on the government.

Also important to note is that Gandhi had started his campaign trail in Karnataka much ahead of the Election Commission announcing poll dates on 27 March.

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Congress spokesperson Brijesh Kalappa attributed the visits to Gandhi's concern about anti-incumbency or anger against the sitting government. You are "naamdar", while I am "kaamdar" (ordinary worker who believes in work).

"We don't have any empirical evidence to state if the presence of party leaders does help the party win seats. The Neerav/the Lalit/ the Mallyas/the Bank/the Raffael deal and so on", the BJP MP said. "However Sir, it's a matter of our people, our politics and our latest policies "so less said the better".With regards to you!Jai Karnataka, Jai Hind", he said.

"Remember, when Narendra Modi visited Mangaluru city as Gujarat chief minister in 2013, it hardly had an impact".

All ministers in the Modi cabinet will visit different states and will hold press conferences to disseminate the Centre's achievements. With just two states and one Union Territory to call its own, the party will have to undergo a serious introspection and figure out why the electorate is rejecting them time and again.

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