Rahul Gandhi asks Congress workers not to celebrate his birthday on Sunday, says ‘atmosphere in country worrisome’ : The Tribune India

Rahul Gandhi asks Congress workers not to celebrate his birthday on Sunday, says ‘atmosphere in country worrisome’

Congress leader turns 52 on Sunday

Rahul Gandhi asks Congress workers not to celebrate his birthday on Sunday, says ‘atmosphere in country worrisome’

Rahul Gandhi. PTI file

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, June 18

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday asked party workers not to celebrate his birthday which falls on Sunday.

In a message posted by AICC general secretary communication Jairam Ramesh tonight, Gandhi said the atmosphere in the country was worrisome.

“The youth are anguished. We should stand with them and their families at this time,” said Gandhi in reference to Agnipath protests.

Gandhi turns 52 tomorrow.

#rahul gandhi

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