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Rahul Gandhi will go to America before PM Modi, rally in Madison Square

Khushbu Kumari
Rahul Gandhi will go to America before PM Modi rally in Madison Square
Rahul Gandhi will go to America before PM Modi rally in Madison Square

After conquering the fort of Karnataka, now Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is about to leave for America.

Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi's foreign trip: Since winning the Karnataka Assembly Elections, veteran Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is being praised all around. According to media reports, Rahul Gandhi is going to leave for America on May 30. Rahul Gandhi will remain in America for 10 days. This visit of the Congress leader is also in the limelight because Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also going to visit America on June 22, but before that, Rahul Gandhi has made a plan to go to the US. During this, former MP Rahul Gandhi will join 5000 Indians in New York's Madison Square through a rally and address them.

will be involved in the panel discussion

During his US visit, Rahul Gandhi will also participate in panel discussions in Washington and California. Apart from this, he will be present among the people as a speaker at Stanford University. Many meanings are being extracted from this visit of Rahul Gandhi because, on June 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to be present there as a guest of the White House. US President Biden and his wife will welcome PM Modi. Prime Minister Modi will have dinner at the White House. The Ministry of External Affairs released the press statement of the Prime Minister's visit last week itself.

There was a ruckus on the trip to London

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was earlier on a visit to London where he gave a speech criticizing PM Modi at the University of Cambridge. The rival parties of the Congress lashed out at Rahul Gandhi for his statement at Cambridge University. Many veteran leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party criticized Rahul Gandhi for his speech in Cambridge. Not only this but due to this there was a huge uproar in the Parliament as well.