As per Headlines Today news report, the Congress decided its post-poll strategy and stressed that it wouldn't tolerate questions on the leadership of its vice-president Rahul Gandhi. It would also take a collective responsibility if the defeat proves true and decide against cobbling a coalition and instead sit in the Opposition, reported the Headlines Today.
The Congress said it wouldn't tolerate questions over Rahul Gandhi's leadership
Post-poll surveys have predicted a massive victory for the BJP-led NDA with over 272 seats (majority mark) while the Congress is likely to face its worst defeat since independence. The party's tally could be reduced to two digits this time.
[Read: What exit poll surveys say]