Rahul Gandhi is an Indian politician and member of the Indian National Congress party. He was born on June 19, 1970, in New Delhi, India.
He is the son of former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi, who is the current president of the Indian National Congress.
Rahul Gandhi is a graduate of Harvard University, where he earned a degree in Development Studies. He also attended Rollins College in Florida, where he studied Philosophy and Physics.
In 2004, Rahul Gandhi was elected to the Lok Sabha (the lower house of the Indian parliament) from the Amethi constituency in Uttar Pradesh. He has been re-elected from the same constituency in every subsequent election.
Rahul Gandhi has been involved in several social and political initiatives in India, such as the National Rural Health Mission and the Right to Information Act. He has also been an advocate for women’s rights and has spoken out against corruption in government.
Rahul Gandhi has been criticized by some for his perceived lack of leadership skills and political acumen. However, he has also been praised for his commitment to social justice and his efforts to empower marginalized communities in India.
Rahul Gandhi is fluent in both English and Hindi, and has also studied Spanish and Tamil.
He has been actively involved in politics since his youth, and has been instrumental in shaping the policies of the Indian National Congress party.
Rahul Gandhi has also been involved in several philanthropic initiatives, such as the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation, which aims to promote education and healthcare in India.
In 2019, Rahul Gandhi resigned as the president of the Indian National Congress, citing personal reasons. However, he remains an influential figure in Indian politics and continues to be active in the party.