Congress is 'heading in no direction' under Rahul: Rane
New Delhi, April 10: Vishwajit Rane, who quit the Congress to join the BJP last week said "if Rahul Gandhi continues to be the leader of the Congress, then in the 2019 general elections the party would be reduced to 20 seats in the Lok Sabha".
"Congress has a non-serious leader called Rahul Gandhi. He is not serious about the people of the state who give you a mandate, not serious about government formation. He is not even accessible said Rane in Delhi.
Continuing his attack on Gandhi, Rane said: "Rahul should have been available on his phone when there were serious issues happening in Goa like election of the CLP leader, deciding unanimity and bringing everybody together, talking to the probable candidates."