New Delhi: Ramachandra Guha now called a huge change in Congress leadership, proposing that the party can just recover its prominence by protecting Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as the substance of the United Progressive Alliance (UPA). “No one has any doubt that the Congress is not going to rise again at any point in the near future.
Two years (the next Lok Sabha decision) is quite a while in legislative issues. In the event that you escape with the Gandhi family in the leadership and if the Congress has another leader, things can change. “There is a honest leader in India. That is Nitish Kumar. He is a pioneer without a gathering; the Congress is a gathering without a leader. On the off chance that Congress allows him to lead the UPA, it may have a future,” Guha kept up.
The UPA was in control for two terms from 2004 to 2014 preceding being expelled by the current Bharatiya Janata Party-drove National Democratic Alliance, with Narendra Modi, at that point the Gujarat Chief Minister, driving the charge. Guha, who was in discussion with writer Barkha Dutt at the occasion composed by Pan MacMillan India on Tuesday evening said that like Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Nitish Kumar too is a pioneer without a “family trouble” however dissimilar to Modi, he is not an “egotist”.
Guha likewise emphasized that solitary gathering strength in a popularity based nation like India is bad as it makes a pioneer more definitive. “There is an issue with single gathering strength; it made even the colossal democrat Jawaharlal Nehru unpersuasive, it made the instinctually definitive Indira Gandhi more legitimate.