The political circles all over the country are murmuring about Rahul Gandhi's interview with Arnab Goswami. It was Rahul Gandhi's first interview in a decade of his entry into active politics. In the AICC meeting held earlier this month, Rahul Gandhi's speech was well appreciated by all the Congressmen but his interview in the Television disappointed them to the core. This particular interview drew huge comic comments in the social media and even political analysts feel that Mr. Gandhi needs to more experience and maturity while answering to the media.
Undoubtedly Rahul Gandhi is Prime Ministerial candidate for Congress but it is in back foot because if the Congress losses the General Elections of 2014 the Mr. Gandhi's political career will be in doldrums. Coming to his answers to the questions posed by Arnab, Mr. Gandhi tumbled a lot and he did not give a single relevant answer when asked about corruption allegations on this party men Ashok Chavan and Virbhadra Singh. He slammed Gujarat chief Minister Narendra Modi and accused him of having hand in the 2002 riots. But Mr Gandhi backed the Delhi government of 1984 and claimed it has no hand in the riots. Rahul gave some impressive answers in reforming the politics as he is very good in that subject. He stood up on the words said by himself “power is a poison” and he even described himself as “an anomaly” in the current political scenario.
Rahul Gandhi who is incharge of the Congress party for the 16th Lok Sabha elections has a very tough task ahead as fighting with BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and latest political sensation Arvind Kejriwal is not that easy. The recent elections in which Congress lost very badly shows Rahul has to do hell lot of work to bring the Congress back in power and it will be incredible achievement if he does.
Overall the Rahul's interview with Arnab Goswami went like a below average student appearing interview for admission in Delhi Public School but whatever it may be Rahul accepted that he was bombarded and now all eyes are on Narendra Modi. The BJP Prime Ministerial candidate is known for addressing massive rallies and they have garnered very good response. But is Mr. Modi ready to battle with the media ?