India's Rahul Gandhi loses parliamentary seat in family bastion
Thursday, 23 May 2019 Rahul Gandhi, the president of India's opposition Congress party, said he had lost his own parliament seat in a family borough in a northern state in the biggest upset of the election on Thursday.
According to Reuters, the head of India’s main opposition Congress party, Rahul Gandhi, offered to quit on Saturday after a crushing election defeat but senior party officials rejected his offer. Gandhi had been under intense pressure since results released on May 23 showed Congress won only 52 of...
Congress Delhi chief Sheila Dikshit responded on Rahul Gandhi quitting as Congress president. Former Delhi Chief Minister Dikshit said she won't let Rahul quit. "We won't accept his resignation, won't..
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The Lok Sabha Secretariat has circulated a list of vacant bungalows for MPs that interestingly includes 12, Tughlaq Lane, the official residence of Congress... IndiaTimes Also reported by •DNA •Mid-Day