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Publicity to Vadra could help Congress bounce back: RSS ideologue

IANS  |  New Delhi 

RSS ideologue on Saturday expressed fears that "too much publicity" to Robert Vadra, the of Rahul Gandhi, could help the bounce back, like former Indira did after the 1980

"I hope too much publicity to Vadra does not end up like Indira bouncing back after the government. Conviction is not possible in a month's time and by then, election schedule could begin," he said in a tweet.

The former editor of 'Organiser', the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) mouthpiece, stressed the need to project positive, affirmative, people-friendly projects initiated by ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.

Seshadri Chari's remarks came in the wake of Vadra appearing for the third consecutive day before the (ED) for the third round of questioning in a money laundering case.

Vadra's wife Priyanka Vadra, who recently entered active and was appointed General Secretary, has accompanied Vadra to the ED office to drop and pick him in the past few days.

also suggested the BJP backroom boys scale up the corruption issue to at least the 2014 level if they want to achieve the target of "ab ki baar, teen sow paar" ('this time, above 300 seats' -- the BJP slogan).

"The general perception that Congress' first family greatly benefited from corruption will have a great impact in the coming months," he said in an article which he shared on his official handle.

In the 1977 held after the Emergency, emerged victorious defeating the Congress, and became the He was later succeeded by Charan Singh.

But in 1980 general elections, the Congress, led by Indira Gandhi, bounced back to power winning a handsome 353 of 529 seats.



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First Published: Sat, February 09 2019. 19:52 IST