Rahul Gandhi returns to Delhi after nearly two-month-long sabbatical

New Delhi: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, Thursday, returned to Delhi after a nearly two-month long 'sabbatical'.
Rahul arrived here at 11:15 am on a Thai Airways flight from Bangkok. He then proceeded to his residence at 12, Tughlaq Lane in central Delhi.
Wearing a dark shirt and seated in the back seat of his vehicle, he arrived escorted by his security personnel and drove straight into the house without interacting with the waiting mediapersons.
Congress president Sonia Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra were at Rahul's residence to receive him.
While the flight came from Bangkok, but reports claimed that he had only transited through the Thai capital and was either in Vietnam or Yangon in Myanmar. Earlier reports had suggested that Rahul was in Europe, Bhutan, Uttarakhand among other places. As the news of his return spread, tens of Congress workers converged outside his residence and celebrated the event by bursting crackers.
Source: Agencies


  
  

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