Congress leader and former union minister Gurudas Kamat Tuesday made a scathing attack on Narendra Modi, saying the prime minister was "still married" and had "deserted" his wife. The BJP promptly ticked him off, saying he has "lost his mental balance".
At a time when the party's political fortunes appear to be sliding, youth leaders of Congress are looking to gain from the experience of its veterans who once wielded command of Youth Congress through a unique interaction here.
Congress Tuesday accused the NDA government at Centre of disappointing people by not fulfilling the promises the party made during elections and claimed that it was just following the programmes of former UPA government.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday attacked Congress candidate from Mumbai North West constituency, Gurudas Kamat, here today, alleging he had fielded a "dummy" candidate from the same constituency to increase his chances of winning the seat.
Newly appointed AICC general secretary and in-charge of party-affairs in Rajasthan, Gurudas Kamat said his first priority would be to keep communal element away and ensure Cong govt come back with thumping majority in the state.