CONG MUST CHANGE

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - - News -

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),

Mo­hali re­spon­si­bil­ity.

Vishesh Goswami,

Ku­ruk­shetra in Novem­ber. Till then, 2.5 mil­lion In­dian-amer­i­can vot­ers are likely to see more such ef­forts to woo them.

She­fali Kohli, Jalandhar

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