CONG MUST CHANGE
Senior Congress leaders, including Shashi Tharoor, Ghulam Nabi Azad and Kapil Sibal, demanding the appointment of a non-gandhi member as the Congress president, shows that there are cracks in the party. There is an unwillingness to accept Rahul Gandhi’s leadership because of his failure to portray himself as an efficient leader. If the Congress doesn’t change with times, it will remain in a tough position.
Khyati Kataria, Panchkula energy to rejuvenate the party. They, rather, take vicarious pleasure in the party going adrift and the failings of the top leadership. Like Modi in the BJP, the Gandhi family in the Congress will continue to be the votecatcher for the party. It is, therefore, the old brigade which must introspect.
Lt Col GS Bedi (retd),
Kurukshetra in November. Till then, 2.5 million Indian-american voters are likely to see more such efforts to woo them.
Shefali Kohli, Jalandhar