Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said that he will end up being the Prime Minister if his party becomes as the single biggest among all its coalition parties in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. “On the off chance that the Congress party is the biggest party, yes,” said Rahul to a question on his PM aspiration amid a communication with prominent identities in Bengaluru as a part of the launch of Samruddhi Bharat meeting here. Rahul likewise said the BJP would not win the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys and even Prime Minister Narendra Modi may lose from Varanasi as he won’t beable to face a ‘united opposition’. “The BJP won’t get more than five seats in UP alone. The current bypolls in UP has just shown the strength of aggregate resistance,” he included. Discussing women empowerment in legislative issues, Rahul said he needs to see no less than ten women chief ministers in the nation from the Congress in the following ten years. “I know, my statement will disturb numerous men here, for the most part senior leaders, yet that is the motivation I am will set,” he stated, including that he wasn’t inspired by Karnataka Congress to give only twelve tickets to ladies in the assembly polls.