Rahul Gandhi

As girls never get involved in politics, our government decided to use younger politicians to attract the attraction of young girls  to make sure India develops towards progress.As funny and highly dubious as this sounds it has happened in real as younger politicians have entered the field of politics to carry their family heir into the future direction. One such is Rahul Gandhi.be21

BORN- 19 June 1970

PLACE OF BIRTH- Delhi

PARENTS – Rajiv Gandhi And Sonia Gandhi

POSITION- Vice President of National Congress

A little about his early life would grasp the attention of the readers, Gandhi attended St.Columba’s School, Delhi before entering The Doon School in Dehradun, Uttarakhand from 1981 to 1983. Meanwhile, his father had joined politics and became the Prime Minister on 31 October 1984 when Indira Gandhi was assassinated. Due to the security threats faced by Indira Gandhi’s family from Sikh extremists, Rahul Gandhi and his sister, Priyanka were home-schooled thereafter.

Rahul Gandhi joined St. Stephen’s College, Delhi in 1989 for his undergraduate education but moved to Harvard University after he completed the first year examinations. In 1991, after Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by the Tamil Tigers (LTTE) during an election rally, he shifted to Rollins College due to security concerns and completed his B.A. in 1994. During this period, he assumed the pseudonym Raul Vinci and his identity was known only to the university officials and security agencies.He further went on to obtain an M.Phil from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1995. After graduation, Rahul Gandhi worked at the Monitor Group, a management consulting firm, in London. In 2002, he was one of the directors of Mumbai-based technology outsourcing firm Backops Services Private Ltd. nat7

Rahul Gandhi is the Chairperson of the Indian Youth Congress and the National Students Union of India. Gandhi served as a general secretary in the All India Congress Committee and represents Amethi as its Member of Parliament (MP). He is the second-highest-ranked member of the Congress Working Committee.