Rahul Gandhi accuses RSS of being gender-biased, wants more women CMs

Rahul Gandhi accuses RSS of being gender-biased, wants more women CMs

Cheryl Sanders
December 15, 2017

Though the Congress party has clarified that she might not retire from the politics.

The leaders of the Congress party blamed the BJP of releasing fake news and giving wrong statements about Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

Sonia Gandhi's relationship with opposition has been rather hard and not a cordial one as BJP has time and again raised question over her Italian roots, her nationalism, her ability to lead India and Sonia has like a true soldier faced all the problems and taken them head on and was exclusively responsible for Congress completing 10 years at the centre.

Gandhi, who will formally take over as the Congress president later this week, said as the party "don't have a woman president anymore, we have to compensate for that". "On the other hand, women cannot even enter the RSS due to their ideology", he said.

Briefing media about the voter turnout in the second phase, Senior Deputy Election Commissioner Umesh Sinha said "No FIR has been lodged against Rahul Gandhi".

From a quiet daughter-in-law to a brilliant politicians, Sonia Gandhi has carved a niche for herself. When Aaj Tak asked Sonia Gandhi what is her role in the party now, she said, "My role is to retire".

India is changing and Sonia over the last 4-5 years has taken a backseat and also with her health deteriorating her participation in the party affairs has been quite limited one. Television broadcast images of party supporters celebrating and distributing candies outside Congress offices in the capital, New Delhi, and the financial hub of Mumbai. "We will work on that together", he said. In other words, youths will get more benefited after coming of Rahul era in Congress.

He also also lauded the role of Sheila Dikshit as the Delhi chief minister for many years for which the party respects her, but who had to suffer a "nasty and untruthful" campaign against her.

Former Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar and former union minister Mohsina Kidwai inaugurated the "I am Courage" workshop today.

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