Though Congress president Rahul Gandhi tried to blunt that attack by visiting a number of temples and religious institutions, it seems to have failed to limit the damage. Naamdar, Kaamdar, Daamdar or for that matter any average Samajhdar, if he has the numbers and support. "Anything can happen. Being PM does not make anyone the wisest in the country. for being PM requires no qualification. only majority...while for becoming Shankaracharya one requires great wisdom, experience and statesmanship", Sinha tweeted.
The May 12 Assembly election has thrown up a fractured verdict with the BJP emerging as the single largest party with 104 seats in the 224-member house, falling eight seats short of the 112 needed to form a government in the state.
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While interacting with eminent personalities of Bengaluru on Tuesday, Rahul said he was ready to be PM in 2019 if the Congress or a coalition led by the party wins next year's Lok Sabha elections. He said Gandhi will naturally have to work on those areas, both to protect the MLAs they already have and to win fresh territory for the Congress.
"Instead of answering, we go for "Attention Diversion Politics" - an art which we have mastered, far from development & other issues".
Tagging official Twitter handles of PM Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party, Sinha further said, "By the way, the president of the oldest party has really matured in last few years and has been raising some pertinent question which we are refusing to answer or even entertain. The Neerav/the Lalit/ the Mallyas/the Bank/the Raffael deal and so on", the BJP MP said. However Sir, it's a matter of our people, our politics & our latest policies "so less said the better". "Jai Karnataka, Jai Hindi!", the BJP leader said in another tweet on the micro blogging site.