Rahul steers towards Left, backs Manmohan as PM

 
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Rahul steers towards Left
New Delhi, May 5: While addressing a press conference Congress general secretory Rahul Gandhi confident that UPA will come to power again said that Congress was always open to post-poll alliances with other parties hinting at a post-poll tie up with Left.

In the presser on Tuesday, May 5 he said Manmohan Singh is the best Prime Minister India could get and said that Congress is not ready to sit in the opposition.

Apart from saying that UPA's estranged Left allies' ideologies were outdated he said that Congress would not have a problem forging an alliance with Left.

"The ideological differences between Congress and Left persist but there is lot of meeting ground and reasonable amount of common space", he said.

He also expressed solidarity with LK Advani on the black money issue and supported the need for action to bring back the money stashed abroad instead of trying to figure out how much money was there.

OneIndia News

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