Rahul Gandhi’s new look shows, trimmed beard, suited-up RaGa for Cambridge talk
Ex-Congress chief Rahul Gandhi has finally gone on to trim his beard for his week-long UK visit. The look of the Congress leader proves that he cleans up really well.
As per the reports, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had his make-over ahead of his UK trip to Cambridge where he delivered a lecture on ‘Learning to listen in the 21st century’. The reports suggest that the Waynad MP in his lecture touched upon several topics including the Bharat Jodo Yatra, two differing ideologies as well as the need for a global conversation.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is on a one-week visit to England where Gandhi will be talking to the Indian diaspora in London on March 5. It was also reported that Gandhi will meet and interact with Indian Overseas Congress members in London which is the overseas unit of the Congress party.
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As per reports, the Congress leader will also hold talks with the business community members during his week-long visit to London.
Since Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra, the Congress leader’s image has gone through an overhaul. The ruling BJP who had once dubbed Rahul Gandhi as ‘Pappu’ has reformed his image in the view of the public to an extent according to many political analysts.
During Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, his half-sleeve T-shirt also garnered a lot of attention as many were surprised to see the Congress leader walking a plain half-sleeve T-shirt even during the chilly winter.
Most recently, Rahul Gandhi delivered his address at the Congress’s three-day plenary session held at Chhatisgarh’s Raipur where Rahul Gandhi talked about his Bharat Jodo Yatra and claimed that Congress has turned out to become a clear alternative to counter BJP’s vision of India.
Rahul Gandhi in his address also urged the Congress workers to continue the momentum that the Bharat Jodo Yatra created and help the party to unseat the BJP in the 2024 Lok Sabha Polls.
Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge had also delivered an address in the three-day party meeting where Kharge weighed in on the opposition alliance and the party’s approach to an opposition alliance ahead of the Lok Sabha Elections.
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