To a student's question related to women empowerment, Rahul replied, "I don't think women should be second to men in any way".
Congress President Rahul Gandhi addressed hundreds of students in Chennai as a part of his campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.
"The moment PM Modi came to power he made a big mistake.he allied with the PDP which has ideologies that are opposite to India.Kashmir is burning today because of PM Modi's policies.you can't fight terror with on off-policy we need a strategy.42 jawans lost their lives in Pulwama, its the govt's job to protect its people", Gandhi said over the Kashmir issue.More news: Tesla Should Not Have Lowered the Price of Autopilot Says Musk
"Frankly, I don't see enough women in leadership positions", he said, after which he assured that the Congress would pass the Women's Reservation Bill to ensure more women are represented in the state legislatures and the Parliament - a long standing promise of several political parties in India, that has not yet seen the light of day.
The session largely involved the students asking various questions to the Congress president, who urged them to make him "uncomfortable" with challenging questions. One student asked about the investigation into Robert Vadra, his brother-in-law. "I will be the first person to say it. investigate Robert Vadra but also investigate Prime Minister Narendra Modi", he said.
The theme was inevitably dominated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rafale, Nirav Modi and other allegations headlined by the opposition.More news: Feds Are Investigating Data Deals Facebook Struck With Several Big Tech Firms
"We made a complaint on behalf of the party against Rahul Gandhi".
"I learnt from Modi that when he attacks me, throws anger at me, he trains me not to reply in anger.so I can not hate Modi.do you hate people who teach you things.no", he said. I can't hate Mr Modi.
Addressing a meeting with Congress party workers in New Delhi on Monday, Rahul Gandhi had attacked the BJP government, saying, "These people with 56-inch chest, you would recall, in their previous government, the current National Security Advisor Ajit Doval went in an aircraft with Masood Azhar ji and handed over Masood Azhar there in Kandahar". "They are your biggest teachers", he said. "Wheeler-dealers and fly-by-night operators give you the privilege of "sweetheart deals".More news: Kyle Busch sweeps ISM Raceway weekend, nabs national win 199