The Sour Truth Of Dynastic Politics In India: An Analysis

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Among the POLITICAL statements like politics IN the same family party and Dynastic tagged Politics, finally The Prince of Congress Party (Yuvraj) Rahul Gandhi took the crown of the Congress chief. After several years of waiting, Rahul Gandhi became a Congress president. For the past long period , the party had been seeking to get Rahul’s arm to lead the Congress party Further. Congress leaders believed the command of the of the party should now be delivered by Rahul Gandhi which demands inside the party circle led Rahul Gandhi to be crowned as the National President unopposed. The trust and utmost faith on the his leadership by the seniors and policy Makers of the Party at last ended up with his elevation from the position of Vice President to the Position of the Newly elected President.

Under this refurbished leadership of Mr. Rahul, Congress Party could able to contest Twin-State Assembly Election in both in the state of Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat.As per the final count down of this Election, Congress Party Could not able to form in either of the state but put opposition BJP in trouble in determining the diminishing return in their victory in Gujarat.In comparison to previous Gujarat Assembly Election Rahul Gnadhi proved his metal by snatching as many as 19 more seats than the previous Assembly election also put the BJP Think-Tanks in a revival mode.Top Brasses of BJP’s central Leadership now bound to change their political strategies ahead in 2019 after knowing the sour truth of decreasing scale above all percentage of votes ,i.e.-11% less within 3 years and 6 Months of BJP regime under NAMO’s leadership.

BJP’s style of preaching congress as Dynastic and Family business to Indian Republic not new at all.

When & who were a Congress president in Incredible India

The establishment of the All India National Congress took place on 28 December 1885. Bomesh Chandra Banerjee became the President of Congress in 1885. Thereafter in 1886 , Dadabhai Nowroji, in 1887 Badruddin Taiyyabaji, Georges in 1888 , Sir William Vedrabarn in 1889 , Sir Firoz Shah Mehta in 1890, P. Anand Charlu in 1891, Bomesh Chandra Banerjee in 1892, Dadabhai Naoroji in 1893, Alfred Web in 1894, Surinder Nath Banerjee in 1895, Rahimulla Sayani in 1896, C. Shankaran Nair in 1897, Ananda in 1898 Mohan Bose, Ramesh Chandra Dutt in 1899, NG Chandravarkar in 1900,Dinsha Iduli Covenant in 1901, SN Banerjee in 1902, Lal Mohan Ghosh in 1903, Sir Henry Couton in 1904, Gopal Krishna Gokhale in 1905, Dadabhai Naoroji in 1906, Dr. Ras Bihari Ghosh in 1907, Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya in 1909, 1910 Sir William Waderban in 1911, Pandit Bishan Narayan Dhar, RN Madholkar in 1912, Sayyid Mohammad Bahadur in 1913, Bhupendranath Basu in 1914,In 1915, Sir Satyendra Prasanna Sinha, Ambika Charan, Mazumdar in 1916, Hasan Bazent in 1917, Hassan Imam and Madan Mohan Malviya in 1918, Pandit Motilal Nehru in 1919, C Vijaya Raghavacharir in 1920, CR Das in 1921, Lala Lajpat Rai in 1923 and Muhammad Ali, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in 1924, Sarojini Naidu in 1925, S Srinivasa Iyengar in 1926, Dr. MA Ansari in 1927,Motilal Nehru, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1929, Sardar Ballabhbhai Patel in 1931, R Amritlal in 1932, Nelly Seng Gupta in 1932, Babu Rajendra Prasad in 1934, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1936, Subhash Chandra Bose in 1938, Maulana in 1940 Abdul Kalam Azad, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1946 And in September 1946, Acharya JB Kripalani became party president. After Independence, in 1948, B. Pattabhi Sitaramayya was elected president of the Congress. After this, Purshottam Das Tandon in 1951, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in 1951, UN Dabher in 1955, Indira Gandhi in 1960, N Sanjeev Reddy in 1961, De Sanjivaya in 1962, Kamraj of 1964, S. Nijilingappa in 1968, C. Subramaniam in 1969, Jagjivan Ram in 1970,De Sanjivaya in 1971, in 1972, Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, Devakant Barua in 1975, Brahmanda Reddy in 1976 and Indira Gandhi became president of Congress in 1978. After the death of Indira Gandhi, Pandit Kamlapati Tripathi was appointed the Executive Chairman.

Then in 1984, Rajiv Gandhi was given the responsibility of the party president. After him ,PV Narasimha Rao in 1991, Sitaram Kesri in 1996 and Sonia Gandhi was elected unanimously the Congress president in 1998.In the 132-year-old party, from Motilal Nehru ji till Rahul Gandhi ji, only 6 people of the Nehru family have become Congress chiefs which is the sour truth of BJP’s preaching and campaigning against Congress as the Party of One Family and result of Dynastic Politics in this country.

Congress’s dead against , Bharatiya Janata Party leaders mere mislead the people by calling it a ‘Gandhi family’ party.Congress has contributed the country seven Prime Ministers, including Jawaharlal Nehru, Gulzari Lal Nanda, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, PV Narasimha Rao and Manmohan Singh.Among them all mere 3 are hail from Gandhi Family.

Rahul Gandhi was born in Delhi on June 19, 1970. He is absolutely from the country’s famous and glorious Gandhi-Nehru family.

His mother is Mrs. Sonia Gandhi, who was the President of All India National Congress just before Rahul and MP from Rae Bareli Lok Sabha constituency of Uttar Pradesh.His father was the late Rajiv Gandhi. A Former Prime Minister of India.In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, the credit of Congress victory was given to Rahul Gandhi. Despite this, he had refused to accept the post of Cabinet minister in the Manmohan Singh government.

Regarding politics, Rahul Gandhi says,“I do politics with Gandhiji’s thinking ,Philosophy and ideology. If someone tells me that you do politics by lying, then I can not do it. This is not within me. It also damages me and my political image. ‘I do not make false promises. “They say,” There is a difference between power and truth. It is not necessary that the person who has the power has the truth.


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Written by Anjan Kumar Samal

National Secretary-THE LAST HOPE(REGD.)

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