New Delhi: Former Congress chief Sonia Gandhi on Thursday said that her son and incumbent party president Rahul Gandhi was with 'no doubt' her 'boss' too.
Sonia made the comments during the Congress parliamentary party meet.
The former Congress chief changed the Centre of using several investigation agencies for political rivalry and also make 'systematic assaults' on various institutions of democracy.
"It has been almost 4 years since this govt came to power, this has been a period in which institutions which have come under systematic assault-Parliament itself, judiciary, media and civil society. Investigative agencies have been let loose against political opponents," she said.
Sonia praised her party's performance in the recent Assembly polls in Gujarat and by-polls in Rajasthan.
We performed very creditably under tough circumstances in Gujarat and recent by-election results in Rajasthan were huge. This shows winds of change are coming. I am sure Karnataka too will underline resurgence of Congress,' she added.
Gujarat elections were held just days after Rahul Gandhi took over the party reins. Congress won 80 seats in the 182-seat assembly. Its best performance in over three decades.
In the Rajasthan bypolls, the party swept away two Lok Sabha seats in Alwar and Ajmer, and the Mandalgarh assembly seat.