New Delhi, May 28 (ANI): The face of the victorious Congress election campaign, General Secretary Rahul Gandhi has maintained that he prefers to do one thing at a time.
"I want to work for the Congress party because I believe in doing one thing at a time. I do not believe in doing six jobs at one time. Then I cannot do justice to it (ministership)," Rahul told reporters responding to a question as to why he was not taking up a ministership.
Earlier, Congress President Sonia Gandhi had suggested that she wanted Rahul to be in the government.
"He (Rahul) is the reason. He is refusing to become a minister. He wants to work for the party," she said pointing to Rahul when asked about inadequate representation to Uttar Pradesh in the Union Council of Ministers.
However, the 39-year-old Amethi MP, said his "imprint" is already in the Union Council of Ministers in the form of youngsters inducted into the government. (ANI)