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In new book, Pranab Mukherjee blamed Sonia and Manmohan Singh for Congress defeat in 2014

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A book by the late former President Pranab Mukherjee is coming soon. In this, he has mentioned the reasons for the defeat of the Congress. He blamed Dr Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi for the 2014 carnage. In it, he wrote that some Congress members believed that if he had become PM himself, the party would not have lost power.

Pranab has  written in his book  ‘The Presidential Years’ that after I became President, the Congress lost direction, while Sonia Gandhi could not handle the affairs of the party. Pranab Mukherjee’s book is scheduled to be published in January 2021. Pranab wrote this book on experiences during his presidential office.

Pranab Mukherjee’s new book will describe the fascinating journey of the first citizen of India to a remote village in Bengal from reading under the flicker of a lamp to reaching the ramparts of Rashtrapati Bhavan. The memoir, titled ‘The Presidential Years’, will be released globally in January 2021, publisher Rupa Books announced on Friday. The fourth volume of Mukherjee’s memoir recounts the challenges he faced as president, including the tough decisions taken by the president and the drastic steps he took, to ensure that both constitutional justification and his opinion Was taken into consideration.

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Pranab Mukherjee wrote in the book that some Congress leaders had told me that if I had become the PM in the year 2004, the Congress would not have to face such a terrible defeat in 2014. Pranab da further writes that although I do not believe so, but I definitely believe that the party lost its focus after I became President, on the one hand Sonia Gandhi was not able to handle the affairs of the party and on the other, the then Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh’s direct absence from the House in Parliament had severed direct contact with MPs.