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If Congress can’t speak in one voice on Priyanka candidature, it can’t expect voters’ trust

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Congress leaders’ contradictory statements over Priyanka Vadra’s candidature from Varanasi show an utter lack of transparency in decision-making. The least Rahul Gandhi can do is to speak to party colleagues and clear the air. It is foolhardy to expect voters to trust a party whose leadership is accountable to none.

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  1. A self goal. Coupled with the decision to seek a safe seat one thousand miles away, takes the Congress out of the game in UP. Robert Vadra, who should been sent away on a two month world cruise, saying he wishes to “ serve the people “, children barely out of their teens, taking part in a roadshow, declaring that the next generation is limbering up to claim its inheritance of India. If great care is not taken, today’s National Interest will be followed that look more like obituaries.

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