Rahul Gandhi reached Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar, talked to students preparing for UPSC, watch video

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Rahul Gandhi reached Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar, talked to students preparing for UPSC, watch video

Rahul Gandhi Chai Par Charcha: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is continuously visiting the areas of Delhi these days. Recently he was seen in Old Delhi and Bengali Market. In this sequence, he reached Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar area on Thursday (April 20) and met the students here. During this, he also discussed with the students appearing in the competitive examinations.

Mukherjee Nagar is a locality in North Delhi. It was named after Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. Students preparing for examinations for government jobs live in this area. It is also known as coaching hub. Rahul Gandhi had reached to discuss with these students. His nephew Rehan Vadra was also seen with Rahul Gandhi.

Rahul Gandhi on Delhi Darshan

Earlier on Tuesday (April 18) night as well, Rahul Gandhi suddenly came out on the streets of Delhi. During this, along with tasting Pani Puri in the Bengali market, he also met people and got to know their well-being. At the same time, in the holy month of Ramzan, he reached Old Delhi in the evening and also enjoyed watermelon sherbet there. Even before this, Rahul Gandhi has been seen in different restaurants in Delhi. Lok Sabha elections are going to be held in the country next year, in such a situation all the political parties and their leaders are trying to make their place in the hearts of the people.

Didn’t get rid of Modi surname issue

Rahul Gandhi has got a setback in the Modi surname case. A Surat court on Thursday (April 20) dismissed Rahul Gandhi’s plea seeking a stay on his conviction in a criminal defamation case for his remarks on the surname Modi. On this, the Congress has said that the judgment will be challenged soon.

Senior advocate and Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi said that he is sure that the High Court or the Supreme Court will correct the mistake made by the Surat sessions court. He said that in the second part of the judgment, it was said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was defamed, but he is not a party to it. PM Modi never even complained about this.

Read this also: Defamation Case: ‘Rahul Gandhi being an MP…’, what did the Surat court judge say while rejecting the petition?

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