'Game Over' For Congress At State & Centre

June 15th, 2012, 08:24 AM IST
'Game Over' For Congress At State & Centre

With political situation in Delhi heated up, vibes are coming out that the game of Congress is over both in Centre and in AP state. We all know about the scenario of AP, check the things about centre now!

At Centre, Congress is not ready to support the candidate proposed by Mamta Banerjee and Mulayam Singh. Both these key supporters of UPA2 want Abdul Kalam as president of India, while Cong wants Pranabh Mukherjee. On the other hand, UPA allies proposed the name of PM Manmohan as another option for presidential candidate, insulting the ruling party that he is unfit as Prime Minister of country. If Congress wants to go with its own candidate then they have to go against Trinamul and Samajwadi, which will lead to collapse of the government.

At State, By-poll result that is coming today holds the key. If most number of seats are swept by Jagan, then there will be too many migrations from Congress to YSRC, which will lead to mid-term in state.Finally, this week is crucial for the future of Congress to play their 'game' both at Centre and State.

TAGS : State Congress, YSR Congress, Presidential Polls, By Polls Results
 

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