Rahul Gandhi seems to have embraced the lifestyle that Gods of Hindus had once followed, for his actions imitate them. Few days back, his return from 58 days sabbatical nearly is in tune with Lord Ram’s 14 years ‘vanvash’ (forest-stay). Not taking into account, the numerical figures, what basically is being juxtaposed is their like ‘furlough’. Rahul returns to exchange the character of ‘Lord Rama’ with ‘Lord Krishna’. Must be puzzled with ‘how as Lord Krishna’? Well, to un-riddle the riddle, stay tuned with the coming words.
April 29 with the farmers from Punjab
To our surprise, mogul Rahul boarded a local compartment of a local train to meet the farmers suffering with negligible sell of their harvest. Unseasonal rain took a toll on their produce which elicited a struggled visit from Rahul.
“Don’t worry, I am with you,” the Congress vice presiden consoled misery-struck farmers during a whirlwind tour of the grain markets at Sirhind and Mandi Gobindgarh. “I would come to Punjab again and again as long as your problems remain unsolved.”
May 15 with the farmers from Telagnana
Friday morning of May 15 marked Rahul’s Kisan Sandesh Yatra in Adilabad District in Telagnana. A traverse of unrelaxed 15 km ‘padyatra’ to halt at Velma Rajeswar’s residence, a farmer who committed suicide earlier this month. He wrapped up the visit by addressing the entire village in the effort to bring about an end to the miseries of farmers.
Coming May 18 with the farmers from Amethi
Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to make his sublime presence in his parliamentary constituency amethi on May 18 and 19. He would meet the farmers, who recently bore the repercussions of sudden hailstorms.
Gopis surround Krishna while farmers surround Rahul
Farmers-engulfed life of Rahul Gandhi lucidly depicts Lord Krishna, who consistently was seen around with his adorers, ‘gopiya’. His rising concern for farmers indeed entitles him as ‘Krishna’, the lover of farmers.