New Delhi: Speaking at a press conference on Monday, Congress party leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi addressed the outcome of the state assembly elections and claimed that the Congress was all but not totally obliterated.
Singhvi said that the Congress party has accepted the results of the assembly elections and added that the people were their masters and the party respected the people’s mandate. He also exclaimed that failure was never permanent and it “may be an orphan as success has many masters.”
The Rajya Sabha MP said that the ruckus being created by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) did not support the actual outcome of the state assembly elections where BJP failed to claim majority seats in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and West Bengal.
Speaking on the NEET issue, he said the ordinance bypasses discussion and does not respect SC’s decisions. That is why Congress opposed it.
Retaliating at Amit Shah’s ‘Congress-mukt Bharat’ comment, Singhvi pointed out that a BJP-mukt Bharat was already a reality in Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and West Bengal.
On BJP’s historic win in Assam, the Congress supremo said that no party had repeated more than 10 years in Assam.