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Want 10 Congress women CMs in 10 years: Rahul Gandhi
5/9/2018 1:34:05 PM
BENGALURU: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday laid bare his ambition of becoming the next prime minister of India, saying he is ready for the leadership role in the event of Congress emerging as the single largest party in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
“Why not? A lot depends on how well the Congress does in the elections. If it emerges as the biggest party, yes,” Rahul said, when media persons sought his reaction on whether he is aspiring to be PM in 2019. Rahul was speaking on the sidelines of a public function in Bengaluru. Last September too, the Gandhi scion, at an event in Berkeley University, US, had said he was ready to be the party’s PM candidate for the 2019 general elections.
In an interaction with some prominent personalities of Bengaluru at the launch of the Samruddha Bharat Foundation, a platform to propagate liberal, secular and republican values across the country, Rahul said: “You may laugh at me for saying this, but I am sure it is highly unlikely that the BJP will form a government at the Centre in 2019. Narendra Modi won’t be the next PM. The BJP is already facing anti-incumbency in all states ruled by it and it will be crushed to defeat by a united opposition led by the Congress. In UP, the saffron party won’t win more than five seats on its own,” he added.
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