Frankly Speaking with Rahul Ghandi

The journalist Arnab Goswami  interviewed  Rahul Ghandi, the presumed candidate for Prime Minister  from the Congress Party, for 90 minutes of grueling inquiry.  There were questions about Mr. Modi and BBP, Gujarat communal violence, 1984 violence against the Sikhs when Congress was in power,corruption, AAP party, being part of the ruling Gandhi/Nehru family, this being Rahul’s first interview in 10 years,  charges that Congress has used cash for everything in many years, and questions of the authenticity of Mr. Ghandi’s degrees from Cambridge and studies at Harvard and his nickname of “Reluctant Prince.”

In my humble opinion, Mr. Arnab Goswami is an bright, educated, articulate interviewer.  He is trying to arrange a debate between Mr. Modi, Mr. Ghandi, and the Chief Minister, newly elected in Delhi,  Arvind Kejriwal of the AAP.  What great television that would be!  I hope all Indian voters will watch this. It is in English, but hopefully it is in Hindu somewhere.

This Is Incredible India!

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I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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10 Responses to Frankly Speaking with Rahul Ghandi

  1. melissa says:

    It’s going to be an interesting few months until the election….


  2. jayantadeepa says:

    Well, its about time Indian leaders take the stage for national debates the way it happens in the US. Will help to determine how able they are..


    • annetbell says:

      Absolutely. I would love to see tat debate. Are you in the States or in India? If India , where ?


      • annetbell says:

        We were staying in Ahmedabad for CEPT University so I really like Mr Modi. The students and young filmmakers were really pro-Modi. and ing around India we could really see the difference in electricity, roads, police presence in Ahmedabad. I hope he gets a chance to do for India what he has done for India. And I love his compelling life story .


      • jayantadeepa says:

        I agree with you. Gujarat has changed under his regime. And frankly, i do not agree when others call him communal. The Congress has had more instances of communal violence in their reign, so no reason why Modi should be singled out. And in any case, India needs inclusive progress. Whether Modi or AAP, India is pinning its hope on the next PM


      • annetbell says:

        AAP would be good to keep Modi honest as the nip at his heals . I wrote 3 pots on mr Modi. Husband calls me Modi ‘a American campaign manager!


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