Mumbai, Dec 23: Times Now Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami on Tuesday mocked Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha on a live programme on the results of the just-concluded assembly elections in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand by asking him whether he became a fan of late Australian cricketer Sir Don Bradman instead of party vice-president Rahul Gandhi after seeing the Congress's unimpressive show in both the states.
"Have you changed sides?", Goswami asked Jha who was sitting in front of a picture of Bradman while speaking to the channel.
Congress leaders are generally seen displaying photographs of the Gandhis (those of party president Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi by the current generation of leaders) on their office or house walls and the Times Now editor-in-chief did not spare the chance to take on Jha when a cricketer was found replacing the Gandhis.
Sanjay Jha said the BJP is struggling in Jharkhand
The Congress was trailing behind all opponents in both Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand till the last reports came in. It was leading in only 14 seats in the 87-member strong J&K assembly while in six in the 81-member strong Jharkhand assembly.