“Are you back from Milan?”: You trolled Rahul Gandhi on Happy New Year

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Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi often targets political opponents for spending time apart from holidays and work. Many also question whether he has the ability to compete with politicians like Prime Minister Narendra Modi or Home Minister Amit Shah.

The former president of the Aam Aadmi Party has gone to Italy on a private visit Rahul Gandhi (Rahul Gandhi) was targeted on Friday. Rahul Gandhi tweeted a New Year’s greeting, to which you asked, “Are you back from Milan?” Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi often targets political opponents for spending time apart from holidays and work.

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Many also questioned whether he had the ability to compete with politicians like Prime Minister Narendra Modi or Home Minister Amit Shah. However, the Congress said that the BJP should not object to Rahul Gandhi (former Congress President Rahul Gandhi) going abroad to visit his ailing relative. Earlier, Rahul Gandhi congratulated the agitating farmers on the occasion of New Year.

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In the new year, Rahul Gandhi remembered those who sacrificed to save us. “I am sincerely committed to helping farmers and workers fight for their rights,” he said. Rahul Gandhi is currently traveling abroad. He has repeatedly criticized the government for supporting farmers’ protests against agricultural laws. Congratulating the new year, Rahul Gandhi wrote in his tweet, “As the new year begins, we remember those we lost and thank those who are protecting us and those who have sacrificed for us.”

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“Are you back from Milan?”: You trolled Rahul Gandhi on Happy New Year
“Are you back from Milan?”: You trolled Rahul Gandhi on Happy New Year

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