2014 polls: Congress will bag least seats in their history, says AAP`s Kumar Vishwas
After openly challenging Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi in 2014 General Elections, Aam Aadmi Party`s Kumar Vishwas upped the ante saying the Gandhi family scion was anxious about facing him.
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New Delhi: After openly challenging Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi in the 2014 General Elections, Aam Aadmi Party`s Kumar Vishwas upped the ante on Thursday, saying the Gandhi family scion was anxious about facing him.
Speaking to scribes, Vishwas said, “Rahul Gandhi holding a rally right before mine shows his anxiety.”
He also said that the upcoming polls would be a watershed moment in the history of the grand old party of India.
“They (Congress) will walk out with the lowest score this time in their political career,” said the AAP leader.
Vishwas also felt that the youngsters were warming up to the debutant party, and added, “The real youth of India is excited about this new political wave that is exciting the country.”
Vishwas has said that he would fight next Lok Sabha polls from wherever Rahul Gandhi contests from — likely from Amethi.
The AAP after stunning everyone with their spectacular performance in the Delhi Assembly Elections have announced that they would be contesting from as many Lok Sabha seats as possible.