Congress Leaders and Their Seating Woes
At the joint session for presidential speech on the first day of budget session, Congress leader Anand Sharma had a problem with his seat.
File photo: Senior Congress leader Anand Sharma with Ashok Gehlot, AICC general secretary in-charge of Gujarat and Gujarat Congress president Bharatsinh Solanki during a press conference at AICC headquarters in New Delhi. (PTI photo)
New Delhi: Congress's obsession with seating arrangement and rows continues. At the joint session for presidential speech on the first day of budget session, Anand Sharma had a problem with his seat.
As deputy leader of the Rajya Sabha, Sharma was not allotted any seat in the front few rows. He wanted to be as close to the Gandhis as possible. So he found a seat which belonged to Trinamool Congress. The said seat was just behind Rahul and close to Sonia. Upon sensing an opportunity, Sharma promptly sat on TMC chair and was seen constantly chatting with Rahul during the presidential speech. The TMC leader, in turn, had to find a place for himself in the back row.
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