Rahul Gandhi to Address Indian Overseas Congress in Germany and UK

Rahul Gandhi at an event organized by the Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) in Bahrain (file photo). Courtesy: Congress
Rahul Gandhi at an event organized by the Global Organization of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) in Bahrain (file photo). Courtesy: Congress

The president of Congress party Rahul Gandhi will be visiting Germany on August 22 and 23, and London on August 24 and 25.

According to an official statement released today, the Congress president will be visiting abroad in response to a high demand from Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and others who want to meet him.

“It is believed that people abroad are very interested in listening to Rahul Gandhi on the economy, employment, demonetization, security, development, and overall performance of the government and future obstacles, opportunities and challenges in India,” a Congress leaders Sam Pitroda said.

‏Rahul Gandhi will give a series of talks at large public events, meet political and business leaders, and also interact with intellectuals, academicians, students, and media.

During his trip he will meet a large number of NRIs, professionals, businessmen, and others and address two major meetings of the Indian Overseas Congress in Germany and London. He will also have separate interactions with young global leaders and students.

Rahul Gandhi had started similar tours about a year ago to interact with global communities, NRIs, and Indian Overseas Congress to understand, explore and promote India’s interest and aspirations. He first visited US then Middle East, Singapore, and Malaysia.

Photo courtesy: Congress

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