Rahul Gandhi confuses everyone, including the voters in Congress favour
New Delhi : With back to back interviews claiming no hatred against PM Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has gone out of the box to attack the Bharatiya Janata Party from an unknown dimension.
Though the party and he himself believes it to be a master move to fetch the votes and trust of people; we tried to speak with some of the voters to know if they got the vibe.
Bhoopesh Kumar, 47, and many others like him who used to prefer Congress over the other parties, are left confused with Rahul Gandhi's overall campaign.
Rahul Gandhi started the Lok Sabha Election 2019 campaign with slogan "chowkidar chor hai" with a promise of sending Prime Minister Narendra Modi to jail on charges of treason. Now, he has become all philosophical with stuff like 'hate in Modi’s heart but love in my heart' and winning the political battle against Modi by 'spreading love'.
Voters are now confused if they should battle agaiant PM Modi or should they love him and treat him like a bitter enemy.
While everyone was thinking that the Congress will be taking on the BJP against a high pitched anti-corruption policies, but the party distracted itself to the socialist slogan of “ab hoga Nyay.”
However, the 'game changer' scheme could not hold Congress' campaign for long and a similar thing happened with the decision to inject Priyanka Gandhi in the Lok Sabha Election 2019.
Priyanka was projected as the Congress' `Brahmastra', the mythical, all-slaying weapon. She ended up undermining Rahul instead because it is a tacit admission that Rahul is not the party's 'Brahmastra' and needed desperate reinforcements.