Ahead of the 2-days visit, on Monday he was interviewed in New Delhi at his high-security residence in the capital’s Tughlaq Road. during the exclusive face-to-face interview lasted for 50 minutes, he spoke candidly about his party’s election plans, India’s political alliances, economic challenges, and on Muslims, a community that frequently faced violent attacks.
Rahul Gandhi further spoke about the absence of direct communication between him, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and India’s largest opposition party in the last 5-years. He continued if his party comes to power, a new government will investigate the Rafale fighter jets deal.
More details are awaited.