Rahul Gandhi, the former President of the Indian National Congress, made his first public appearance after being disqualified from the Lok Sabha at a public meeting in Wayanad, Kerala. The event was a highly anticipated one, with supporters eager to hear Gandhi’s views on the current political situation in the country.
In his speech, Gandhi took on the ruling BJP, accusing them of neglecting the needs of the people and failing to address key issues like unemployment and the economic slowdown. He also criticized their handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, saying that they had failed to provide adequate support to those most in need.
Gandhi urged his supporters to stay committed to the Congress party’s principles of justice and equality, and to work towards building a stronger, more inclusive India. The event was attended by a large number of supporters, who expressed their admiration and support for Gandhi.
The public meeting was seen as a sign of the Congress party’s renewed energy and determination to take on the BJP in the upcoming state elections. Gandhi’s speech was widely praised for its focus on key issues and its emphasis on the need for political change in the country.