With Gujarat Assembly polls on head, Congress announces Rahul Gandhi to lead 2014 Parliamentary poll campaign. Comment
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With the Gujarat Assembly polls voting d-day around the corner, the Congress party has chosen to announce its prime-minister-in-waiting, Gandhi dynasty scion Rahul will be the face of the party in the General elections 2014.
What does that signify?
Does it mean that the Sonia Gandhi-led party has thrown in the towel in its fight against Narendra Modi?
Does it mean, Congress is challenging Modi to a national-level fight at the hustings?
Will this step go down well with the supporters of the Congress party?
Will it mean good news for the BJP workers and of course, Narendra Modi?
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