Elections 2019: Confused Congress sending mixed signals
Wednesday, 10 April 2019 If you cannot confront your enemy, confuse him. This seems to be the strategy of the Congress, though disastrous, in the electoral war for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. The Congress party president Rahul Gandhi’s statement that he is not fighting the Communist Party (Marxist) in Kerala and that he will not utter a word against the “brothers and sisters” of the CPM has tied both the Left Front and the United Democratic Front in knots. While the Left was first confounded, it was quick to regroup and throw out Rahul’s offer; the state unit of the Congress was confused for an answer. In a late reaction, the local unit too has rejected their party president’s stand and has decided to fight the CPM...
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