Rahul is now my boss too: Sonia Gandhi

08 Feb 2018 12:36 PM

Rahul is now my boss too: Sonia Gandhi

Updated 08 Feb 2018 12:36 PM

Rahul is now my boss too: Sonia Gandhi

 Sonia Gandhi in a Congress Parliamentary Party meeting said Rahul Gandhi is her boss and there shouldn’t be any doubt about it.

Rahul Gandhi took over the Congress President’s role from mother Sonia in December last year.

Sonia, however, remains the chairperson of the Congress Parliamentary party.

“We have a new Congress president and on your behalf and my own I wish him (Rahul Gandhi) all the best. He is now my boss too. Let there be no doubt about that,” she said.

She hoped all the Parliamentarians will work with him with the same dedication, loyalty and enthusiasm as they did with her.

Sonia said the party had performed very creditably under tough circumstances in Gujarat and the recent by-election results in Rajasthan were huge. “This  shows that the winds of change are coming.” 

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