Congress will come to power in 4 states: Moily

DAVANGERE: The Congress will come to power in four of the five states where Assembly elections will be held in February, said Union Minister for Corporate Affairs Veerappa Moily here on Monday

Published: 31st January 2012 05:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:25 PM   |  A+A-

DAVANGERE: The Congress will come to power in four of the five states where Assembly elections will be held in February, said Union Minister for Corporate Affairs Veerappa Moily here on Monday.

He was addressing mediapersons after receiving the Jayadeva Sri Award at a religious programme in Virakthmutt. He said the Congress would easily win in Manipur, Assam, Punjab and come back to power in Uttaranchal. “With the dynamic leadership of Rahul Gandhi in Uttar Pradesh, our party will improve and will be the deciding factor for government formation.”

   The administration has collapsed in the state under BJP rule and CM Sadananda Gowda is trying to drive a broken car, but he lacks leadership, said Moily.

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