Rahul Gandhi must quit politics to save Congress future says Subramanian Swamy


Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy has reasserted that making 'u-turns' on key issues of national significance is second nature to Congress VP Rahul Gandhi and exhorted him to stop governmental issues to spare the amazing old gathering's future.

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"He is a noteworthy defeatist and making u-turns is his second nature. I feel that he has definitely no political future and he ought to simply stop from legislative issues to spare the fate of Congress. Not by any means beyond any doubt on the off chance that he tweeted it himself, it was most likely somebody from his office," Swamy advised ANI here with reference to Rahul reigniting the progressing banter over his remark that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was in charge of the death of Mahatma Gandhi.

On Thursday, Gandhi said in a tweet, "I will never quit battling the derisive and divisive plan of the RSS. I remain by each and every word I said." Rahul's crisp salvo came a day after his advice, Kapil Sibal, told the Supreme Court that Gandhi had never reprimanded the RSS for killing Mahatma Gandhi, yet just some of its kin for doing as such.

Taking after Rahul's accommodation, a Supreme Court Bench including Justices Dipak Misra and R F Nariman, said if the complainant consents to the accommodation, it will take the announcement on record and discard the appeal. In his grievance, RSS Bhiwandi secretary Rajesh Mahadev Kunte charged that Rahul Gandhi told in a decision rally in Sonale , Maharashtra, on March 6 a year ago that "the RSS individuals murdered Gandhiji".

 He charged that the Congress pioneer had tried to discolor the notoriety of RSS through his discourse. The case is pending under the watchful eye of an authoritative court in Bhiwandi in Maharashtra's Thane locale.

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