Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh may follow Karnataka’s path, warns expert
A political expert warns that the Indian state of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, where the Congress rules with the support of a slender margin like that of the defeated coalition government in Karnataka, may follow the path of the southern state.
Like the case of Karnataka, in these two states also, the infightings in the party are in its peak. In several occasions, in the recent past, it has even escalated from bad to worst.
The problem with the congress party in these states is that in these states the workers of the party are more loyal to their respective leaders in the party, than to the party. That means in the time of crisis the workers of the party often choose their leader instead of the party.
Actually, the trend is same with other states also. Kerala is where the party is most powerful now. Here also, the trend is the same.
Unfortunately, the Congress has not yet put any serious effort to address the crisis. In reality, the crisis the grand old party is facing now is the natural outcome of its inability to develop a generation of leaders and workers who are highly loyal to the party and for what the party stands for.
It is high time for the Congress to think about this matter.
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