Rahul Gandhi, in retrospect, gave me the impression of an aristocratic patrician: brought up around Prime Ministers, Economists and Cabinet Secretaries, the man is extremely sharp, suave and most importantly, convinced, and that helps him frame his arguments in such a way so as to win over people, and also give him that touch of sincerity. His heart is in the right place, and he wants to do good, but like they say, the most dangerous enemy is the one with a clear conscience. So I'm curious as to the Prince will rule the Kingdom, and i'm also a little terrified.
An enlightening read.
I really like the articulation of Arnab, and am glad that he brings to light that critical thinking is more than alive in Indian politics, or at least will be in its future.