By Lalit Garg The definition of ideal leadership is, “Taking everyone together, decision-making ability, right solution to the problem, equality of words, faith in people, foresight, participation in public grief, imagination and creativity.” If that is so then, the Parliament of India has made it worthwhile by unanimously passing the bill to cut the salaries […]
New Delhi, Feb 22 (IANS) Calling Rahul Gandhi a late entrant on the anti-corruption plank, the Bharatiya Janata Party Saturday said the Congress vice president should have spoken on the issue much earlier.
“He (Rahul) is a late entrant and he should have spoken on the anti-graft bills much earlier,” said Arun Jaitley, leader of opposition in the Rajya Sabha.
After the 15th Lok Sabha’s last session Friday, Gandhi has accused the BJP of blocking passage of anti-graft bills in parliament.
BJP has however rejected the charge saying it was members of the Congress who disrupted parliament proceedings.