In , when he forayed into this business, India was emerging as one of the hottest destinations for bpos. The domestic economy was booming. The ecosystem for entrepreneurs in sunrise industry sectors had developed in India. For a globally networked year-old, it was a time as good as any to jump on to the outsourcing bandwagon and put to test the business ideas he dispensed as a consultant. The secrecy that surrounds almost every affair of the Gandhi family accompanied Backops as well. The paper made some sensational claims about this little-known Rahul-owned firm.
It was improbable that a start-up would bag parts of such key projects whose value ran into crores of rupees. Why and how did he get into this business in the first place? Was Backops a front for some other larger political design? These were some troubling questions that began to surround Backops. It was somewhat surprising that Rahul chose to provide engineering design services. His educational background suggests he had no expertise whatsoever in the subject.
A Business Standard story a month later provided some answers.
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There was no other financial information about the company. No income statement was filed since its incorporation. When a Business Standard correspondent visited the address, he found not Backops, but a chartered accountancy firm called Thakur Vaidyanath Aiyer and Company.
When the paper contacted Rahul directly for information on his company, he was livid. Surprisingly, he called back a few minutes later and, in a perceptibly calmer state of mind, offered to answer some queries, provided the questions were short.
He seemed fairly keen to grow the business despite his full-time involvement with politics. But politics had taken a toll. He quit as a director of the company in with Priyanka replacing him. Photograph by Jitendra Arya. Rahul, who had gone to the US in June to start his undergraduate studies at Harvard University, insisted on coming back to India at the end of March for his Easter break.
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He said, "The question is not whether he is the right person. The question is whether any leader is the right person to lead the Congress? According to him, there is dearth of people in the Congress because no one wants to be at the helm of an imminent defeat in He said, "There is a sincerity that is visible in him. But one does not know whether his sincerity extends to the hard questions or is just limited to soft questions.
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