Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, August 19
Congress basic secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has mentioned that, like brother Rahul Gandhi, she believes a non-Gandhi ought to be appointed the Congress president.
Vadra made the feedback in an interview featured within the ebook ‘India Tomorrow: Conversations with the Next Generation of Political Leaders’ that has been excerpted by ThePrint.
The ebook quoted Vadra as saying: “Perhaps not in the (resignation) letter but elsewhere, he has said that none of us should be the president of the party and I am in full agreement with him.”.
“I think that the party should find its own path also,” she added.
Priyanka additionally addressed the allegations of corruption levelled by the BJP towards her husband Robert Vadra in 2013.
“After all the allegations were made about my husband, my first reaction was to pay a visit to my 13-year-old son and to show him every single transaction,” Priyanka mentioned.
“I explained this to my daughter as well. I don’t hide things from my children, even the mistakes I make or the weaknesses I have. I am very open with them.”