LEADING A show of Opposition strength featuring Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, and the Chief Ministers of Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, DMK chief M K Stalin proposed the name of Rahul as the prime ministerial candidate for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections to take on what he called the “destructive governance” of the BJP-led NDA government.
Driving A show of Opposition quality highlighting Congress pioneers Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, and the Chief Ministers of Kerala and Andhra Pradesh, DMK boss M K Stalin proposed the name of Rahul as the prime ecclesiastical possibility for the 2019 Lok Sabha races to go up against what he called the “dangerous administration” of the BJP-drove NDA government.
Tending to a gigantic rally in Chennai to uncover the statue of his dad, K Karunanidhi, Stalin reviewed how the late DMK organizer had “wholeheartedly invited” Indira Gandhi in 1980 and Sonia Gandhi in 2004 “to take vital political positions”.
Welcoming Rahul to assume up the liability, Stalin stated: “We will introduce another Prime Minister in Delhi, and I propose the candidature of Rahul Gandhi from Tamil Nadu.” Asking Rahul to give the country “great administration” and “thrashing the extremist” NDA government, Stalin engaged all Opposition gatherings to fortify the hands of the Congress president and “spare the country”.
In Delhi, be that as it may, Stalin’s call got numerous in the Opposition unsuspecting. Sources said that different gatherings, for example, the SP, BSP, TMC and NCP, harbor reservations over proclaiming a PM competitor so at an early stage. “Will’s identity the PM is an inquiry we should reply after the Lok Sabha results are in,” said an Opposition pioneer.