Rahul needs someone who can act on what he thinks is right, which is not possible says PK

The Congress on Monday responded to poll strategist Prashant Kishor’s suggestion to Rahul Gandhi that the grand old party should “consider withdrawing” if it does not get the desired results in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

“I don’t respond to advisors’ comments. Talk about political ones, what is there to respond to advisors?” The news agency quoted Congress social media chief Supriya Shrinet as saying.

On Sunday, Kishor had told the news agency, “For all practical purposes, Rahul Gandhi is running the Congress and despite its inability to deliver results in the last 10 years, he can neither step aside nor allow anyone else to take over the party.” Can let you lead. ,

Kishor had ruled out joining the Congress in 2022, saying “the party needs leadership and collective will to fix deep-rooted structural problems through transformative reforms”.

The election strategist had cited Rahul Gandhi’s decision to step down as Congress chief after the party’s defeat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Gandhi had written that he would step back and let someone else do the job.

Kishor told the agency, “Many Congress leaders will privately admit that they cannot take any decision in the party, even about a single seat or sharing seats with alliance partners, unless they have to.” xyz does not get approval.” Rahul Gandhi.

“The Congress and its supporters are bigger than any individual and Gandhi should not insist that he will work for the party despite repeated failures,” he said.

He had said, “When you have been doing the same work for the last 10 years and have not got any success, there is no harm in taking a break… You should let someone else do it for five years. Mother did this.” Referring to Sonia Gandhi’s decision to step down from the post and let PV Narasimha Rao take over after the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi in 1991.