Rahul Gandhi Resigns: Arnab Goswami Puts Forth Five Questions For Rahul Gandhi, Congress And Its Leaders, Watch Here

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Rahul Gandhi's two-month-long resignation drama has taken a new turn after he scripted a four-page resignation letter to step down from the post of party president. 

Written By Aishwaria Sonavane | Mumbai | Updated On:

Rahul Gandhi's a-month-long resignation drama has taken a new turn after he scripted a four-page resignation letter to step down from the post of party president. 

In the meantime, Motilal Vora is likely to become the interim chief of the grand old party following the party's humiliating poll debacle. 

In the wake of this development, Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami has put forth five questions to the Gandhi scion pertaining to the ongoing situation. 

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1. Has Rahul actually resigned, or is this the first chapter of a political drama?

2. Who believes that a 90-year-old Motilal Vohra is capable of being even an interim Congress chief?

3. Is this a stopgap arrangement before either Rahul comes back or Priyanka Vadra tries to make a backdoor comeback?

4. Will the younger leaders of the Congress party accept a 90-year-old being an interim chief?

5. What about a battle between the older lot? Will the older lot completely ruin whatever left of the Congress party to keep their stranglehold on power? 

In the tweet, Rahul Gandhi released his resignation letter, saying that he takes responsibility for the loss of the Congress party in the 2019 elections. He reasoned his resignation, saying that "accountability is critical for the future growth of the party". 

He furthermore dissed the BJP stating that "every cell" in his body instinctively "resists their idea of India" 

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Here is his resignation letter: 

Top sources have told Republic TV that there are two opposing camps with different takes on the future of the party. While a camp of young guns is in favour for Sachin Pilot to take up the top post, however, the Gandhi family loyalists are proposing names of senior leaders such as- Ashok Gehlot, Sushil Kumar Shinde, and others. 

In light of this, the question is, does the appointment of loyalist Vora indicate the continuation of the Gandhi-Vadra reign?

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