Congress Too Made Mistakes, Will Need to Change Its Politics: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, stated on Friday that his party has to adapt its policies going forward since it has also made mistakes.
He called Narendra Modi a front for “two-three financiers” and said that he was a monarch rather than a prime minister during the remarks, which were made at a Lucknow event.

In response to a query on the Constitution from an attendee, the former president of the Congress stated that he was “100%” ready to debate Narendra Modi, but he was aware that the prime minister would not go along.

In the near future, the Congress party will also need to adjust its political stance. This will need to be completed. In his remarks, he added, “I also want to stress that, despite my affiliation with the Congress party, the party has also made mistakes.

He did not, however, go into detail about what “change” he believed the Congress needed.

The Samruddha Bharat Foundation was the organizer of the “Samvidhan Sammelan.”
Gandhi asserted that in the Lok Sabha elections, the ruling BJP would be limited to less than 180 seats.

The Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav and he had made a joint prediction earlier in the day that Narendra Modi will not be the prime minister again. “I can give you in writing, if you want,” he remarked.

Some politicians are solely concerned with gaining power. I have no interest in it, even though I was born into it. But it’s merely a tool to help the public, in my opinion,” he remarked.

He claimed that those from the SC/ST, OBC, Dalits, tribals, minority groups, and the impoverished from the general public, who are not granted equitable participation, make up 90% of the population in India.

Then he reiterated his demand for a census based on caste.
The ninety percent must be included if the country is to be strengthened. What kind of superpower would you create if you claim that 90% of people will not work in government, athletics, the media, the court, or even beauty pageants? “Want to turn 10% of the population into a superpower?” he asked.

The prime minister, he said, was undermining the Constitution. Gandhi declared, “I am telling the truth; Modi ji is a king.”

“He is a monarch, not the prime minister. He is unrelated to the Parliament, the Cabinet, or the Constitution. He is the true power behind two or three financiers, and he is the monarch of the twenty-first century. After concluding his speech, Gandhi answered three questions, one concerning a recent proposition that he and the Prime Minister engage in a discussion.

“I am quite prepared to argue with anyone, including the prime minister. But I am certain that the prime minister and I will not argue,” he remarked.
Mallikarjun Kharge, the party president, may also participate in a debate, he continued.
Gandhi stated that the Old Pension Scheme is “open to consideration” in response to a question over its exclusion from the party manifesto.

Gandhi responded to a question on whether the Modi government’s privatized institutions would ever be nationalized, saying, “It will be difficult but we will not allow the blatant privatization of big institutions.”

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