In a Q&A with students, Rahul Gandhi answered why he is not married.


In a Q&A with students, Rahul Gandhi answered why he is not married.

Rahul Gandhi interacted with students of Maharani College, Jaipur. (file)

New Delhi:

Her skin care regimen, her favorite food and that inevitable poser – why isn’t she married? Rahul Gandhi was subjected to a series of questions from female students in Jaipur and answered them all by saying that he is a bachelor because he is “completely engrossed” in his work and the Congress.

A video of Rahul Gandhi’s interaction with students of Jaipur’s Maharani College was released on his social media platform today. The discussion ranged from the caste census and the role of women in the freedom struggle to the need for financial independence and the obvious questions about its likes and dislikes.

“You are so smart and good looking… why haven’t you thought about marriage?” A woman asked the 53-year-old former Congress president.

“Because I am totally engrossed in my work and the Congress Party,” was the quick reply.

When asked about his favorite food, Rahul Gandhi said that he is fine with everything except bitter gourd, peas and spinach.

His favorite destination, he said, is “nowhere I’ve been”.

“I always like to see new places.” Gandhi was also asked what he applied to his skin. Answer – He never applies cream or soap on his face and washes it only with water.

According to Rahul Gandhi, the role of women in the freedom struggle was not less than that of men, so why should their rights be less.

He spoke in detail about the financial independence of women.

Asked about discrimination against women in society, Mr. Gandhi said, “Women are never really told how money works, how power works, what money is.”

“You have been studying for the last 20 years but no one told you that it is money, it is the definition of it… Why?” A student replied that women would be independent when they learn this and that is why they are not taught about it.

“If a woman has a job but doesn’t understand money, she won’t work. If a woman doesn’t have a job but understands money, that’s a powerful thing. If women don’t do these things understand, so she’s always dependent on a man who either has a job or understands these things,” she said.

According to Rahul Gandhi, the role of women in the freedom struggle was not less than that of men, so why should their rights be less.

During the conversation on September 23, Mr Gandhi was also reminded of a popular meme in which he says, “Khatam, Tata, Bye Bye, Gaya”.

Sometimes, he replied, such things have to be said. He then pointed to his team, adding that he was pressuring them to end the talks and said, “Katham, Tata, bye”.

Asked what he would be if he wasn’t a politician, he said, “I’m actually many things, I’m a teacher, I teach young people… I’m a cook, so, I’m many things. Yeah, it’s a complicated thing. Get over it.”

Rahul Gandhi is interacting with different sections of society – from mechanics and porters to students and carpenters – saying that his Bharat Jodo Yatra, which he undertook from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, continues with these interactions. Is.

He also recently visited Ladakh and met various social groups.

(Other than the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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