Even as Goa mourns the demise of CM Manohar Parrikar, Congress has shamelessly started indulging in desperate power politics. The Rahul Gandhi led party wrote a letter to the Goa Governor, staking claim to form the government in the state of Goa. It seems that high on megalomania, the Rahul Gandhi led party has forgotten all principles of morality, it wants to somehow come into power by hook or by crook. Congress could not have stooped any lower even by its disgusting standards. At a time, when the state mourns the death of a leader loved deeply by the people of the state, all the grand old party can think is how to form a government in the state.
Congress yet again stakes claim to form Govt in Goa merely hours after Goa CM Manohar Parrikar’s unfortunate demise. Shouldn’t they at least wait for his funeral and national mourning to end to take this step? pic.twitter.com/74Fbr90khn
— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) March 17, 2019
Congress went to the extent of writing a letter to the Governor of the state in order to claim its stake to form the government in the state. The letter made a mere formality of condoning the demise of CM Manohar Parrikar. In one casual sentence, it stated, “We deeply mourn the sad demise of Shri Manohar Parrikar, Chief Minister of Goa.” The rest of the letter was a gross and insensitive attempt at coming into power in the state.
The letter went on to state, “The unfortunate development calls for the immediate action on your part for smooth transition and transfer of power.” Even as the people of Goa are in a state of deep mourning and sorrow, Congress wants to quickly come into power in the state. The desperate party led by Rahul Gandhi has no shame or regard either for the late Chief Minister or the sentiments of the people of the state. However, as the letter proceeds, it only gets from bad to worse. It went on to state, “The coalition partners had allied with BJP on condition that the government is headed by Manohar Parrikar who was the then Defence Minister of India. The BJP has no allies as of now.”
One can only wonder if the top leadership and functionaries of the family-owned party have forgotten even those basic ethics which form the basic structure of India’s culture. CM Manohar Parrikar had passed away last evening and the Congress letter is also dated March 17, 2018. This displays just how desperate the Congress is to form the government in the state. At a time when it should have stood with the people of Goa, it went into overdrive and staked its claim to form the government in the state. Therefore, the Congress which has become shameless to the core out of its longing for power wrote this letter within hours of Parrikar’s sad demise. This means when the state of Goa was mourning, the Congress was conniving and conspiring on how to form the government in the state.