Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi attacks Raj for anti-north Indian campaign

Rahul GandhiSri Nagar (Uttarakhand), Oct 21 : Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi has slammed MNS chief Raj Thackeray for his anti-north Indian campaign and accused him of indulging in divisive politics.

“What Raj Thackeray is doing is wrong. This is dividing the country,” Rahul said, while interacting with the students of H N Bahuguna University at Sri Nagar in Uttarakhand on Tuesday.

He was asked what was the Maharashtra government doing to prevent attacks on north Indian students who had gone there to appear in a Railway examination.

Rahul Gandhi to begin three-day visit to Uttarakhand today

Rahul Gandhi to begin three-day visit to Uttarakhand todayDehradun, Oct 20 : Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi will begin his three-day visit to Uttarakhand from today.

The tour is being held to attract youths to the party, and also to restructure the National Students Union Of India (NSUI) and the Youth Congress by experimenting with internal elections.

During his visit, Rahul will participate in a convention of girl students at Ramnagar where he will answers to the girl students questions.

Rahul Gandhi Arms Up Against POTA

The Dynamic young General Secretary of the Congress Party, Mr. Rahul Gandhi Rahul Gandhi Arms Up Against POTA declared that Pota was a failed law and there was need to impose some stringent laws. He further added that we almost lost our Prime minister and Home Minister to the attack on Parliament. 

The law which was in use could not draw major results. Ridiculing the demand of BJP to put POTA into statute, the Prime Minister's remarked that the Government was actively considering legislation to further strength the law in line with the global consensus on the fight against terrorism was also brought to light. 

BJP leader Sidhu hails Rahul Gandhi''s visit to Golden Temple

Amritsar, September 24, : Popular for his jibes on political opponents, former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu of the Bharatiya Janta Party on Wednesday hailed Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi''s visit to the Golden Temple in Amritsar.

"Rahul Gandhi is a leader of the Congress Party. It felt nice that he visited the Sri Amritsar Sahib. I welcome this gesture. This place, in philosophy, always seeks "Sarbat Da Bhala" (welfare of all). He paid obeisance and bowed before the almighty here. It felt good. I wish him all the best," said Sidhu, a Member of Parliament from Amritsar .

Strong laws needed to fight terror: Rahul Gandhi

Rahul GandhiJalandhar, Sept 24 : Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said the country needed stronger laws to fight terrorism, but dismissed suggestions for bringing back POTA, saying it was a failed law.

On the final day of his three-day tour to Punjab, the Amethi MP told reporters here that fighting terror was more about having a strong political will than having tough laws like POTA.

“And our Prime Minister has that political will,” he added.

He pointed out that the terror attack on Parliament (December 2001) and the Kandahar hijack (December 1999) happened when POTA was in operation.

Rahul Gandhi Pays A Surprise Visit To The Golden Temple

All-India Congress Committee general secretary, Rahul Gandhi began his three-Rahul Gandhi Pays A Surprise Visit To The Golden Templeday visit to Punjab by offering obeisance at the Golden Temple in Amritsar and reviving memories of Operation Blue Star for which his grandmother Indira was responsible. 

However by paying this unexpected visit to the holy place, Rahul committed a serious security breach and sent the state police for a toss.