Congress Releases Video of Rahul Gandhi’s Meeting with Lalu Prasad Yadav, Discussing Politics Over Champaran Mutton
The Congress party has released a video showcasing Rahul Gandhi’s visit to the residence of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav and his family members in Delhi. During this gathering, they engaged in discussions over a meal featuring Champaran mutton and delved into various political topics.
This meeting between the two prominent leaders occurred on August 4, following Lalu Prasad Yadav’s temporary relief from his conviction in the Modi surname defamation case, which was granted by the Supreme Court.
The Congress unveiled the video on a Saturday, offering insights into the gathering. In the video, Rahul Gandhi shared, “Everyone did. I cooked, Lalu ji cooked, Misa cooked.”
During the recorded conversation, Rahul Gandhi raised a question to Lalu ji about the recurring pattern of the BJP spreading hatred every 15-20 years. In response, Lalu Prasad Yadav highlighted the insatiable nature of political hunger, noting that it persists regardless of the circumstances. Rahul Gandhi further elaborated that when the economy is performing well, the spread of hatred tends to be limited, but during economic downturns, it tends to escalate. He cited examples like the situation in Mewat, where people faced significant losses, resulting in widespread closures, including schools.
Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav, who was also present at this family gathering, emphasized the importance of the younger generation not forgetting the path that their parents and grandparents paved for the country.
Rahul Gandhi has undertaken a series of visits to various areas in the national capital over the past few months. He has been sharing videos of these visits with the public, including trips to Bengi market, the Jama Masjid area, Mukherjee Nagar, farm fields in Haryana’s Sonepat, and a truck journey from Haryana’s Murthal to Ambala. Additionally, he explored the bike market in Karol Bagh and the Azadpur Vegetables market.