Congress president Rahul Gandhi saluted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)- drove National Democratic Alliance (NDA) for their triumph in the Lok Sabha surveys as he surrendered rout, saying he acknowledged the general population's order.
Gandhi took "100% duty" for the annihilation while illuminating that a choice on whether he will venture down from the post of the gathering's leader will be taken at a gathering of the gathering's working board of trustees, the most elevated basic leadership body. "The choice will be among me and the working board of trustees," he said.
The Congress independently denied reports that Gandhi had offered his abdication. "Reports of the renunciation of Rahul Gandhi as Congress president are wicked and off base," the gathering said in an announcement.
The working advisory group meeting is planned to be hung on Saturday, as per individuals mindful of the advancement.
"Above all else, I need to compliment Narendra Modi and the BJP. I healthily thank the specialists and applicants of our Congress party who battled with their entire existence," he said at a press preparation on Thursday. His sister and Congress general secretary, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, was among the individuals who went with Gandhi at the preparation.
Gandhi called the Lok Sabha decision crusade a clash of philosophies between the two gatherings. "Our fight is the battle of philosophy. There are two distinct considerations – one [of] Narendra Modi ji and the BJP's and the other of the Congress. There are two distinct perspectives however we need to concede that Narendra Modi and the BJP have won," he said.
Gandhi saluted his adversary, Smriti Irani of the BJP, for winning his family pocket district of Amethi, which he lost in the wake of winning it since 2004. "I might want to praise Smriti Irani ji for winning. Amethi's kin have given their decision and I regard that," he included. In 2014, Gandhi had crushed Irani by an edge of around 100,000 votes in Amethi.
Gandhi rose triumphant from Kerala's Wayanad situate.
The Congress president expressed gratitude toward gathering laborers for their diligent work and exertion. "I need to let them know and every one of those individuals in India who have confidence in the Congress' philosophy that don't be frightened, have confidence and we will work and deal with this in the opportunity to arrive. Love never loses, and I am sure that we will develop more grounded and work better... love will manage us."