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Rahul’s induction into union cabinet urged

Posted by on June 24, 2011 0 Comment

Hyderabad: Urging the Prime Minister Mr Manmohan Singh and AICC Chief Ms Sonia Gandhi to induct the AICC general secretary Mr Rahul Gandhi into the Union Cabinet immediately, by bringing pressure on him to know the tantrums of the governance to become Prime Minister in 2014, the Congress Legislative Party (CLP) has opined that the nation needed youth leadership at this juncture.

Speaking to the media at CLP office here on Friday along with MLC Mr Paladugu Venkat Rao, Tadipatri MLA Mr JC Diwakar Reddy said that the Congress party was weak in some states even though it was working efficiently. He said that every one in the Party were unanimousl in favour of Mr Rahul Gandhi becoming Prime Minister, and it was high time for Mr Rahul to become the Union Minister to get acquainted with governance. ‘Otherwise, the nation will be destructed’, he said. He said that Mr Rahul Gandhi has to take part in the Cabinet, accepting the minister post, to implement his views. It was not correct to criticize him saying that the candidates lost their election where Mr Rahul participated in the election campaign, he said and added that four or five meetings will not influence the voters.

Responding to another question, Mr JC said that the present leadership was offering efficient services, but not offering effective services. He opined that ‘corruption’ existed on earth when it was evolved. He said that the young leader like Mr Rahul was needed to face politics in Tamil Nadu and Gujarat. He said that even in Andhra Pradesh, aggressive leadership was needed to face the YSR Congress party Chief Mr YS Jagan Mohan Reddy.

Mr Venkat Rao said that the Madhya Pradesh former Chief Minister and right hand man of Ms Sonia Gandhi, Mr Digvijay Singh has said that it was time to Mr Rahul to take part in the governance. Mr Rahul has to fulfill the interests of youth by taking part in the governance, he said and added that the present youth were expecting active and aggressive governance.

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