Congress President Rahul Gandhi turns 48 on today on June 19. The special thing is that after becoming the Congress President, this is his first birthday. He is getting many congratulatory messages from today morning. Congress supporters celebrated his birthday at headquarters in Delhi. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also congratulated the Congress President for his birthday. Usually, Rahul Gandhi celebrates his birthday very privately among his friends and family only. But this time he is going to celebrate his birthday with Congress workers in party headquarters in Delhi. PM Modi tweeted, “Happy birthday to Congress President Rahul Gandhi. I wish them a long and healthy life.”
Rahul Gandhi has completed development studies in M.phil from Cambridge University. He has also studied from America’s Harvard University. After completing his studies, he had worked as a Management Consultant in the UK. In 2004, when he contested from Amethi, in his affidavit, he wrote a ‘farmer’ in the profession’s column. In 2009, it was changed from Farmer to ‘Strategic Consultant‘.
Birthday greetings to Congress President Shri @RahulGandhi. I pray for his long and healthy life.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) June 19, 2018
Haryana Pradesh Congress President Ashok Tanwar said that on the moment of Rahul Gandhi’s birthday, “Congress Ghar-Ghar” campaign will be started in Haryana. Through this, the people of the state will be mobilized to support the Congress and we will tell them report about the failures of the four years of the current BJP government. Tanwar slammed the BJP State Govt in Haryana and said,”the water is being sent to Rajasthan for the purpose of procuring political interests. If they are doing this than The Haryana government should clarify its position”.
Yesterday, Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy met Congress President Rahul Gandhi and congratulated him on his birthday. A senior Congress official said, during the nearly one-hour meeting, Gandhi told Kumaraswamy that he would help him to run the government well and Congress will give full support to JD(S).