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“Could Walk Thousand Miles For This”: Rahul Gandhi’s Post Melts Hearts

Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi today shared an endearing post on gathering a young lady during the Congress' Bharat Jodo Yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.

I could walk 1,000 miles briefly like this,” the Congress chief said, offering a photo to the young lady who looks overjoyed on gathering the pioneer.

New Delhi: Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi today shared an endearing post on gathering a young lady during the Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.
“I could walk 1,000 miles briefly like this,” the Congress chief said, offering a photo to the young lady who looks happy on gathering the pioneer.

Through the yatra, which is a frantic endeavor by the Congress to construct support in front of the 2024 general political race, the party has been attempting to project Mr Gandhi as a group’s chief. A few photos of the 52-year-old pioneer interfacing with youngsters during the walk have been getting out and about via online entertainment.

Recently, a video of a young lady invigorated on gathering the Congress chief became a web sensation. She was seen chuckling while at the same time battling away bittersweet tears happiness subsequent to being permitted to join the Congress chief during the walk.

The Bharat Jodo handle show to the Congress tweeted the video with a post: “No inscription required. Just love.”

One more popular second was the point at which he was acquainted with Korean Pop, or K-Pop, and worldwide sensation BTS by a gathering of students in Kerala.

“A wonderful talk with these extraordinary young ladies who are Kerala’s BTS Armed force!” Mr Gandhi tweeted and furthermore imparted a video of his discussion to the school young ladies.

The 3,570 km yatra is set to close in Jammu and Kashmir subsequent to starting from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu on September 8.

The yatra is being held against the scenery of the extraordinary tussle inside the Congress to track down another president. The previous week has seen emotional advancements inside the party after MLAs faithful to Rajasthan Boss Priest Ashok Gehlot revolted, saying they wouldn’t acknowledge his harsh adversary Sachin Pilot as the Central Pastor in the event that the Congress veteran is chosen party boss. The turns of events, it is learnt, have vexed the Gandhis even as Mr Gehlot plays denied any part in them.

Mr Gehlot will meet party boss Sonia Gandhi in the midst of hypothesis on whether he is still in the race.