3 min read.Updated: 28 Sep 2013, 12:03 AM ISTAakar Patel
A lack of education produces two qualitiesinstinct to simplify and certitude
In the debate a few years ago over whether Sonia Gandhi should have become prime minister, one element was not commented on: her lack of qualification. Not qualification in the political or constitutional sense. She had that despite the embarrassing hysteria of Sushma Swaraj who threatened to tonsure her chubby head—a most unpleasant thought—if the Congress president became prime minister.