Rahul Gandhi, Mother Sonia Gandhi To Attend PM Narendra Modi’s Swearing-in Ceremony Tomorrow, May 30
Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his mom Sonia Gandhi will go to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony tomorrow, sources have said. PM Modi’s second swearing-in will be a fabulous occasion at the presidential palace Rashtrapati Bhavan within the sight of politicians, world leaders and celebrities.
Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi’s decision emerges after a caustic election that saw PM Narendra Modi and other BJP leaders relentlessly focusing on them as well as Priyanka Gandhi Vadra; the Gandhi kin hitting appropriate back.
PM Narendra Modi was denounced by the restriction for focusing on much previous PM Rajiv Gandhi – Sonia Gandhi’s husband – who was assassinated in 1991 by a LTTE suicide bomber.
The BJP, led by PM Narendra Modi, won an amazing triumph in the national election and a reasonable command to hold power for a second term – a feat accomplished distinctly by any semblance of Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi previously.
The Congress, in the meantime, has endured a devastating annihilation and has been pulverized in 18 states and union regions. The party is in an existential emergency that has intensified with Rahul Gandhi’s refusal to proceed as Congress president after the drubbing, and his insistence that a non-Gandhi should lead the association for a change.
Since Saturday, the Congress has been attempting to convince Rahul Gandhi to change his perspective.
Leaders from BIMSTEC nations, the Prime Minister of Mauritius and the President of Kyrgystan – who is likewise the chair of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) – will attend the oath ceremony.
Chief ministers and industry leaders have also been invited.
Chief Ministers of non-BJP ruled states will likewise attend the occasion, with the exception of Bengal’s Mamata Banerjee, who hauled out blaming the BJP for endeavoring to politicize the event. She blamed the BJP for erroneously charging that 54 of its laborers were slaughtered in political brutality in Bengal and after that inviting their families to the oath.