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Rahul Gandhi Was Not Seen at Rajghat, WHY?

Posted on the 17 October 2013 by M Shekhar @politicscope
On the occasion of #GandhiJayanti, all eyes were on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as he visited Rajghat to pay respect to Mahatma Gandhi.
Yes, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi was not seen along with them.


PM and Sonia Gandhi pay their respects at Rajghat on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, but Rahul Gandhi not seen there.
— ABP News (@abpnewstv) October 2, 2013


PM says will talk to Rahul on ordinance.
— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) October 1, 2013
Will try to find out why it had to be done that way: PM on Rahul Gandhi's outburst.
— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) October 1, 2013
A report appeared on IBN Live says:
Many feel that Rahul Gandhi, by registering his opposition publicy, when the PM was abroad, has undermined Dr Singh's authority. Responding to that the PM has said that he has seen many ups and downs and doesn't easily get upset. "I think, I have been used to ups and downs and I don't get easily upset," he [PM] said.
And there is an event on cards too:
Planning Commission to hold twitter conference on #GandhiJayanti ; Sam Pitroda will lead it from handle @pitrodasam (
— Doordarshan News (@DDNewsLive) October 1, 2013


Happy B'day Bapu! While U fought 4 India's freedom in 1947,A group of crooks with ur surname are abusing tat freedom 2day #GandhiJayanti
— कुनाल अरोडा (@iamkunalarora) October 2, 2013
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win." #IKnowGandhiji - my favourite quote !
— Aloke Bajpai (@alokebajpai) October 1, 2013
The morning starts with 5 full page & 5 half page Gandhi Jayanti ads in TOI.Even Gandhiji wud hav hated this wastage of money #GandhiJayanti
— Sapan (@sapansaxena) October 2, 2013


Actually he was busy in packing for next visit. The details are in the following report.
Rahul Gandhi to visit Narendra #Modi's bastion Gujarat -
— Zee News (@ZeeNews) October 2, 2013
All secular parties should come together to face Narendra Modi in elections: PM.
— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) October 1, 2013

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