Crude posters in Amethi, UP which is Rahul Gandhi’s Lok Sabha constituency came up showing PM Modi in Ravan’s avatar. While a few do worship Ravan, a brahmin for his valor and intellect, he is considered a villan by the vast majority. So naturally given the popular view of Ravan, such posters serve to insult both PM Modi and his lakhs and crores of his followers. Nobody or group has claimed responsibility – but fingers are pointed towards Rahul Gandhi and the Congress party. While most free speech is protected by our constitution, and those behind these posters have clearly got the attention they were seeking, what else was the purpose of such posters? Are you trying to win votes?
Source: One India
- 16 Jan 2018
While only poor Rahul Gandhi gets blamed, but the common man in India with a lot of common sense will tell you ==> both Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are responsible for the INCREASING SPEED OF CONGRESS MUKHT BHARAT.
So many reasons:
1) excessive corruption,
2) blatant minority appeasement – look what did and is happening in Karnataka, Kerala, Kashmir, and on and on,
3) out of touch with people,
4) no pride in the country,
5) undemocratic parties with disrespect and near abuse of for party leaders,
6) raking up unrelated old issues, and on and on.
A healthy democracy need a strong, energetic and constructive opposition. The dying Congress, India’s oldest party is certainly not the one to provide that.
Source: Business Standard
- 27 Jul 2017
Initially it might have come across as a joke, but NO it is real. Rahul Gandhi has started reading India’s most sacred and oldest texts – the Bhagwad Gita, Upanishads. The Big Reason – while one might have thought this would help to understand India’s heritage and what binds us all – well not quite. Rahul Gandhi’s objectives are purely political – to understand his opponents as his he fighting them – RSS and the Sangh Parivar, BJP and everyone connected with them. On a related note, a large silent majority probably feels India’s leader present and future should be required to understand India’s most sacred and historical texts…
Source: Indian Express
- 27 Jun 2017
A well known Congress leader, Shailesh Chaubey was very upset with Rahul Gandhi’s abuse and irresponsible “Khoon Ki Dalali” about the Indian Army’s surgical strikes. He feels Rahul Gandhi lacks political skills and is a disgrace to the political party (not country?), and hence should be sacked from the Congress party and should try something else – Rahul is ~45 years old. The Congress leader even circulated a video with his comments which went viral. So will Congress and Sonia Gandhi act against Rahul Gandhi?
Source: First Post
- 14 Oct 2016
After being an MP for over 10 years, Rahul Gandhi is taking out a 2,500 kilometers padyatra to get to know farmers. Subramanian Swamy noted that Rahul Gandhi knows more about night clubs in France and England than about our farmers. He goes to visit them most of the time, and then once in a while visits India to do some publicity event like padyatra or other thing.
Source: DNA India
- 10 Sep 2016
Sonia Gandhi has cancelled the annual Iftaar party, which are more a political event than a religious event. Several reasons have been given for this, one is Rahul Gandhi is on vacation (again) in a undisclosed foreign country for an undisclosed length. Congress party says Iftaar will be marked with distribution of sweets for under-privileged children. But some insiders are saying Congress could be facing money troubles?
- 24 Jun 2016
Five state assembly results just came out – Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. In general, Congress did very badly recording the lowest vote share. As the elections are behind us now both Congress members and the rest of the country that might still be paying attention is wondering – where will Rahul Gandhi go for vacation next and for how long? Will he take an extended vacation due to the Congress drubbing?
Source: DNA India
- 20 May 2016
Of course the BJP and the country seeks answers from not just former Home Minister Chidambaram but also Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi over the Ishrat Jahan case. As has been widely reported, most important actions in the UPA government were allegedly at the direction of Sonia Gandhi. The key question being asked is, as Congress could not fight ex-CM (and now PM) Modi politically, was Congress trying to eliminate (or kill) or encourage to be killed?
Source: The Hindu
- 20 Apr 2016
The Congress after its massive Lok Sabha defeat and with only 44 MPs, has appointed a total of 52 spokespersons including – 4 senior spokespersons, 17 new spokespersons and 31 media panelists and 2 media coordinators. Could this have been done in preparation of the party’s repeated blockade of the Parliament functioning – which effort has started crumbling and the party is developing a bad reputation? Could this be to put the ruling party on defensive – if so, it has not succeeded? Or could this be protect Gandhi from bad name or deflect the non-functioning of Rahul Gandhi – also nice try, but has not worked out?
- 29 Mar 2016
Subramanian Swamy has extracted the papers from the UK company law authorities which show that Rahul Gandhi had called himself “British” on the annual returns of UK-based “Backops Limited” in 2005 and 2006. Being an MP, this is a really serious matter – so now the Parliament Ethics Panel of the Lok Sabha has asked Rahul to respond on whether he is Indian or British. It is a shock that a congress leader has created these doubts.
- 17 Mar 2016
Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi are other Congress leadership is enmeshed in a growing number of legal proceedings. Sonia-Rahul, the mother-son duo are out on bail in the National Herald case. Rahul Gandhi by himself is facing sedition charges in multiple courts, Digvijaya Singh the outspoken Congress leader is out on bail on a recruitment scam. Now we learn that former Union Minister P Chidambaram, allegedly tampered with evidence in the terrorist Ishrat Jehan case. One has to wonder where he did it on his own or from instructions from the top Congress leadership. Chidambaram’s son, Karti, is alleged to have amassed excessive wealth in various parts of the world during 2006-2014 Chidambaram was the Union Minister.
Source: Daily Pioneer
- 5 Mar 2016
Congress Govt has manipulated text books extensively, but nobody has talked about it. To quote just a few lines: ‘Bhagat Singh was terrorist’, ‘Godhra Massacre done by Hindus’, RaGa (RAHUL GANDHI IS A NATIONAL HERO) – since when? Congress was teaching this to 5th standard children in CBSE. Any surprise – there is NO mention of Kashmir ethnic cleansing, Sikh riots, loss of life in Bangladesh war, Emergency and so many other much worse incidents, or even mention of what caused the Godhra riots (Muslim mobs burning alive pilgrims returning home in a train coaches).
Source: The Lotpot
- 29 Feb 2016
By not showing in Lok Sabha where he is an MP, Rahul Gandhi ran away from a fight he started. One day he boasts,”I will speak, but they will not let me speak. Because they are scared of what I will say,”. But the next day he does not show up or did he run away? Now people call him a coward – and they may have a point.
Source : FirstPost
- 26 Feb 2016
Rahul Gandhi is always on the lookout for a protest to join. The latest one is him showing solidarity with the anti-national JNU students who during their protests allegedly shouted slogans like ‘Pakistan zindabad’, ‘go India go back’ and those in support of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru, and Kashmir’s independence and India’s destruction. A burning question many are asking is ‘Is Rahul Gandhi encouraging another partition of India and its destruction’?
- 17 Feb 2016
Based on a complaint of alleged “cheating” of over 2,000 crores by Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and other parties, a court case is being fought in the Delhi High Court. Sonia & Rahul Gandhi have tried so many ways to delay and block these proceedings. The latest in their antics is a petition filed with the Supreme Court of India – their reason, Swamy is a political opponent (even though this case was filed in 2012 well before Swamy was a political opponent), to recognize their “deep roots in society”, and that these criminal proceedings would cause irreparable damage to their reputation. Perhaps they should have thought about these things before they did whatever actions they took, realizing that no one is above the law indefinitely…
Source: The Hindu
- 8 Feb 2016