Former Union Law Minister and Karnataka Governor Hans Raj Bhardwaj said that Congress is too week to fight against BJP government at the Center. In an interview he said the Congress, in its current form, was in no condition to stop the Narendra Modi juggernaut. Bhardwaj added that Rahul was “also out of touch” with the ground reality.he questioned the recent statements of senior party colleagues that the functioning of Parliament would be affected if no action was taken against External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje.
“I don’t think it is proper to take such a decision. Whoever has violated any law, the legal course must, and will, follow. But stopping the house from functioning is not good parliamentary practice. Parliament is the highest forum for discussing important issues concerning the people. Even this (Modi-Swaraj-Raje) issue can be discussed on the floor of the house. If the Congress is keen, they (Congress leaders) should discuss this in Parliament, showcase their skills,” said Bhardwaj.He also questioned the party’s decision to align “itself with the internal politics of the BJP” and the attacks on Raje’s son, MP Dushyant Singh.