Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Unforgettable Emotional Meeting With Rahul Gandhi , Today. On 10 Janpath

( 7th October 2011 )

Though almost every Congress candidate is seeking a meeting by Mr Rahul Gandhi I personally got a chance to meet Him today On 10 Janpath, It was a General Meeting With issues Like “RISE OF ATROCITIES ON DALITS ” . And Reporting For www.rahulgandhicongress.com messages. Being a Dalit I felt wonderful and great after Meeting Rahul Gandhi At 10 Janpath Today. He Definitely Cares for us (Dalits) and assured me to look into matter substantially which I brought into his notice.!

Though Congress, will launch its U.P campaign in the first week of November with Yatras led by Congress MP Rahul Gandhi.

“Mr Rahul Gandhi will certainly visit constituencies where candidates need an extra push to reach the victory line”.

“Mr Rahul Gandhi will focus firmly on development, rather lack of it in UP, and the need for good governance. He will tell the people that corruption will automatically get curbed if the principle of good governance is applied.

“If one talks of corruption, then the Mayawati government is the biggest example of it. In UP, people want to get rid of non-Congress government that have encouraged criminalization and corruption over the past two decades and want a total change,”

Naveen Aladia

Rahul Gandhi on a surprise visit to riot-hit Gopalgarh

AICC General Secretary Rahul Gandhi on Sunday undertook a surprise visit to riot-hit Gopalgarh and surrounding areas, the cluster of villages in the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan that had been witness to violent clashes between two communities last month, and met families of victims to get to the bottom of the conflict.

Accompanied by Union Minister of State for Home Jitendra Singh, Gandhi interacted with villagers in Gopalgarh, Maliki and Piproli. They also visited the homes of people who had suffered during the clashes that left 10 people dead, and several others injured.

During his talks with village elders, Gandhi said all matters needed to be solved amicably. The Congress leader visited the house of deceased Rukhdin and interacted with his family members. He later travelled to Piproli village riding pillion on a motorcycle.

The SPG men were left with no choice but to hitch a ride on passing motorbikes . In Piproli village, Gandhi spoke to the family of Iqbal Singh, who had died in the riot. The villagers came in large numbers at the place and started narrating the incidents of September 14.