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Rahul Gandhi climbs a tempo-trailer, leads discussion on employment and income with youngsters

Gandhi, after attending Samvidhan Samman Sammelan in Panchkula, ditched his own vehicle and headed to the Mohali airport on the tempo

Rahul Gandhi climbs a tempo-trailer, leads discussion on employment and income with youngsters

Rahul Gandhi interacts with youngsters on a tempo-trailer. Photo: A video grab X/ @INCIndia



Tribune News Service

Panchkula, May 23

Rahul Gandhi garnered much attention after a video of his on tempo-trailer was shared on social media on Wednesday.

Gandhi, after attending Samvidhan Samman Sammelan in Panchkula, dirched his own vehicle, climbed a tempo-trailer, accompanied by a few youngsters, and discussed jobs, income and other youth-related matters with them.

In a video recorded before the interaction, the Congress leader said, “The difference between me and Modi is that Modi’s tempo runs for Adanis (corporates), while my tempo runs for youths and agniveers.”

The tempo then travelled the city roads and finally headed towards the Mohali airport. Gandhi’s cavalcade followed it as he was set to go to Delhi.

He told the youngsters, “We have mentioned in our manifesto that that we will do away with the Agniveer scheme when we come to power.”

The youths expressed support for the Congress leader and said, “Each and every youngster in the country, especially agniveer, is with you and the party.”

The Congress is expected to release a full version of the video soon.

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