He complained that the institutional structure was completely in the hands of the ruling party.
Rahul Gandhi: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday accused the ruling party of completely occupying the country’s institutional structure and said that the responsible institutions were not providing the necessary cooperation to ensure a fair political fight. In an online conversation with students of Harvard Kennedy School, a well-known American educational institution, he mentioned that an EVM was found in the car of a BJP MLA during the Assam Assembly elections. Read more – Rajasthan Assembly Bypol 2021: Whose weight in Rajasthan Assembly by-election? Read the full report
The event was hosted by former US diplomat Nicholas Burns. Asked about the electoral failure of the Congress and the strategy ahead, Rahul Gandhi said, “We are in a different situation today where institutions are not able to protect us. Institutions that need to cooperate for fair political competition are no longer doing so.” The institutional structure is completely occupied by the ruling party. Read more – Priyanka Gandhi faces corona infection, isolates herself, cancels Assam tour
With this he claimed that people are getting confused towards the ruling party and this is also an opportunity for the Congress. Commenting on the Corona crisis and the impact of the lockdown, the Congress leader said, “When I started the lockdown, I said that electricity should be decentralized … but a few months later the central government realized that the damage was done Read more – IT raids in Tamil Nadu, DMK chief MK Stalin’s son-in-law searched in several places
Asked what his economic policy would be if given the chance to become prime minister, the former Congress president said he would focus on job creation. Asked about measures to boost the economy, the Congress leader said, “The only option now is to put money in the hands of the people.” For this we have the idea of ’justice’.
Asked about the challenge of increasing China’s hegemony, he said countries like India and the United States could meet Beijing’s challenge with democratic values as well as prosperity and development of the manufacturing sector.