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Jignesh and Kanhaiya can succeed in Congress only if the Gandhis let them practise aggressive politics

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Entry of two young, articulate street-fighters – Kanhaiya Kumar, Jignesh Mevani – is good for Congress. Their dynamism and appeal among youth can be an asset. But they can succeed only if the Gandhis give them opportunity and space to practise aggressive, agitational politics. Otherwise, they’ll also wither away like Hardik Patel.

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