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Rahul, his advisors responsible for Congress rout: Bhanwar Lal

Jaipur: Yet another Congress leader today attacked party Vice President Rahul Gandhi saying he has neither direction nor any policy and called him an ‘MD of a team of jokers'.Bhanwar Lal Sharma, a Rajasthan MLA

India TV News Desk [ Updated: May 31, 2014 19:43 IST ]
rahul his advisors responsible for congress rout bhanwar lal
rahul his advisors responsible for congress rout bhanwar lal

Jaipur: Yet another Congress leader today attacked party Vice President Rahul Gandhi saying he has neither direction nor any policy and called him an ‘MD of a team of jokers'.


Bhanwar Lal Sharma, a Rajasthan MLA said that party was in its worst days because of Rahul and suggested that party President Sonia Gandhi should focus on strengthening the party instead of having affection for her son.  “Rahul Gandhi is directionless and has no policy. He and his advisors are responsible for the party's embarrassment and defeat in elections as there is no huge mass support for him,” Sharma told PTI here.

Calling Rahul an ‘MD of the Congressi Circus', Sharma said that Sonia should shift her focus towards strengthening and restructuring the party in a democratic manner instead of showing affection for Rahul.

“The people who are around him (Rahul) are jokers. He is the MD of a team of jokers,” Sharma told reporters. When asked about who are the jokers according to him, he said, “ Why should I take names? You tell me who is not? Have Digvijay Singh and CP Joshi ever given right statement?  Everyone is like this.”

Another Congress leader TH Mustafa had snowballed a controversy earlier this week by saying that Rahul Gandhi depended on a coterie close to him during the campaign and “acting like a joker” would not help in elections. Following the controversy, Mustafa was suspended from the party.  

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