Rahul Gandhi is the next Prime Minister of India in 2014!

Mahesh Golani By Mahesh Golani, 6th Jan 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Politics can be dirty in Indian States but for the central government the Indian populace is always certain. Rahul Gandhi will win elections in U.P. and then go on to become the youngest P.M. of India ever!

India is now ready to accept Rahul Gandhi as P.M.

Rahul Gandhi is the son of the late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Congress president Sonia Gandhi. He was born on the 19th of June in the year 1970 He is currently the general secretary of the All India Congress Committee, a post he was appointed to on September 24, 2007, in a reshuffle of the party secretariat. In the same reshuffle he was also given charge of the Indian Youth Congress and the National Students' Union of India. Young and Handsome looking Rahul entered politics in 2004, standing from his father's former constituency of Amethi in the Lok Sabha elections, and won with a landslide majority. In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, the Congress revived itself in Uttar Pradesh winning 21 out of the total 80 seats and the credit for this turnaround was given to Rahul Gandhi. It is widely believed he is being groomed to be the next Congress nominee for Prime Minister of India. Rahul Gandhi is not as simple as he appears and has a strong mind of his own. He is a good crowd puller, not purely because of his lucky Gandhi ticket. He is stylistical oratory, even if he doesn't understand what he says. He is a good showman, thanks to his Rajiv-looks. Above all, he is a good actor. He is someone who likes to sleep over at an Indian's house, and not a Dalit's. He is looking only at the larger Indian vote bank and not the Dalit's, He knows his eggs from the apples.

He is highly overactive. He expends less. He cuts cost by taking train to go places. Thereafter he spends less per hour for his helicopter journey to villages and other places.
Rahul is like his father – a very patient man. The way Rahul functions in the political arena, he gives us the feeling thate he is in no great hurry He does not seem to have a fixed plan. But the uppermost thing in India is that a Prime Minister in India must have a U.P / Bihar connect and support. And U.P poses a lot of challenges to him. This State goes to the polls next month. So the best bet that his party Congress is hoping is a strong mandate from the state of U.P. which will pave the way for his anointment in 2014 the year of the general elections in India. So all the roads to Delhi go through U.P Rahul must get a good mandate in U.P. Let him first prove himself, that he can be a good prime minister.. At this moment, he is only a poster boy of Congress who is doing a good job as Congress leader. He is connecting to people, he is pulling crowd, he is attracting youth. He is coming good, and if he continues this way, it will not be a surprise if Rahul Gandhi does emerge as the youngest prime Minister of India in the lucky year of 2014! Ahem!


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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
8th Jan 2012 (#)

Interesting, but that is democracy for you in India. However, everywhere else too, one requires some extra oomph over sheer ability to cut the grade and rise to the very top! siva

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author avatar Mahesh Golani
8th Jan 2012 (#)

Mr Sivaramakrishnan - You are absolutely right.

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author avatar Mahesh Golani
10th Jan 2012 (#)

what's this?

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author avatar Md Rezaul Karim
13th Feb 2012 (#)

Whoever the PM, democracy should matter both inside and outside.. internally you care for people... outside you damn care people.. that's not fair.... Broadly we're all Indian...

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author avatar Jack
3rd Apr 2012 (#)

@ May be it sounds insane but curious to know, am i an eligible candidate for the upcoming Lok Sabha or Assembly election(2014). My DOB is 15/03/1989. please reply.

I know minimum age for contesting election is 25, my DOB is causing dilemma.

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author avatar Ptrikha
8th Jan 2014 (#)

I do have admiration for some of the things Rahul Gandhi is trying to do. Yet, the way Congress has found itself in scandals after scandals of financial irregularities and an inability to steer Economy out of its lowered GDP growth, inflation and many other aspects, it looks like we will have a hung parliament, and BJP could be the single largest party. Congress could still make it as the ruling party owing to support from outside, but as of now it looks tough.
Rahul Gandhi has a very tough task ahead of him.

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