In 2019, we are seeing a mature Rahul Gandhi who has emerged as the strongest voice in the country, raising questions on behalf of the masses. It is time to seriously consider Rahul Gandhi’s prospects of being the next Prime Minister.
He is destiny’s child, the scion of India’s most prominent family and the Supremo of its oldest and biggest political party. Since the day, Rahul Gandhi entered Indian Politics, he has been primed to be the future leader of the country.
The Congress Supremo is the fourth generation of a family, which has seen the last three generations rise to the highest office on the country.
Rahul Gandhi comes across as different from his predecessors, who portrayed a dignified yet restrained public image. Rahul is a modern leader. He is tech-savvy, witty, has a deep crowd connect.
In 2014, it can be argued that Rahul Gandhi was still maturing his way into the Indian political landscape, coming out of the shadow of mother Sonia Gandhi, an astute politician herself.
What we are seeing in 2019 is the homecoming of Congress leader who has now risen in stature, commanding immense love and growing trust in people of the country.
Rahul Gandhi’s growing popularity as we near the Lok Sabha Elections is exemplified by the large swathes of crowd that have converged at each of his campaign rallies in 2019.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi flags of his 2019 bid with a Mega Road-show in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh on 11th February 2019.
Addressing a massive crowd on February 14th in Valsad, Gujarat. Shows how Congress commands major following in PM Modi’s home state.
Rahul Gandhi addresses huge turnouts during a public rally in Purnea, Bihar on 23rd of March
Congress Supremo and PM candidate Rahul Gandhi attracts unprecedented massive crowds during his rally in Malda, West Bengal