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Revolt brewing, warns Robert Vadra

Thu, Apr 14, 2016, 03:35 PM
Robert Vadra, Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law, sees a revolt brewing against the BJP-led Narendra Modi government soon.

In an interview to ANI on Thursday, Vadra said the people knew what was right and what was wrong and `I think the people wil revolt against the government. I wish the govrernment all the best.'

Is it Vadra's wishful thinking or is it coming from the horse's mouth? If it is wishful, then Vadra is anticipating trouble on account of his land deals in Haryana. If it is the Congress idea, then it is possible that it would be the follow-up of the intolerance debate being fuelled by the party.

Significantly, Vadra pointed to the youth (students of the central universities) and said `we can't dictate to the youth. We have to listen to them, understand them, but we cannot threaten them.'

Obviously he is hinting at `revolt' by the youth as the high point of the intolerance debate.

He said he was a proud Indian and would not leave the country, come what may. He was referring to reports that said he would pack his bags and go because of the heat following the Haryana land deals. `I would never leave my country even if I am humiliated.'

On the privacy note, Vadra said he did not need Priyanka to enhance his life. He had always had enough.

On joining politics, he said when people believed he could make a change, they would call him.
Agency: Ap7am Desk

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