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28 Facts About Rahul Gandhi
4. Rahul Gandhi promises to form "people's government" in Chhattisgarh if voted to power.
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5. Congress President Rahul Gandhi booked for making 'false' statements on Veer Savarkar.
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7. Rahul Gandhi hits back at PM: Maoists killed our leaders, don't need lessons on nationalism from you.
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12. Rahul Gandhi referred specifically to more-polarising figures in the Bharatiya Janata Party.
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14. Rahul Gandhi campaigned during the 2012 Assembly elections in the politically crucial Uttar Pradesh election for almost two months, holding 200 rallies.
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15. In May 2011, Rahul Gandhi was arrested by the Uttar Pradesh Police at Bhatta Parsaul village after he turned out in support of agitating farmers demanding more compensation for their land being acquired for a highway project.
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20. Rahul Gandhi had backed the repeal of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code and the decriminalisation of homosexuality.
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22. Rahul Gandhi contested the Indian general election, 2014 from his constituency, Amethi.
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23. Rahul Gandhi was credited with the Congress revival in Uttar Pradesh where they won 21 out of the total 80 Lok Sabha seats.
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24. In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, Rahul Gandhi retained his Amethi seat by defeating his nearest rival by a margin of over 370,000 votes.
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27. 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.
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