NEW DELHI: After a long break of almost two months, Congress Vice-President has finally made a comeback and is set to the charge of the party soon. It is expected that some organizational changes are certain and senior leader of the party Digvijaya Singh has even stamped that possibility.
44-year-old Rahul returned after a sabbatical of 56 days. He left on February 22, a day ahead of the crucial Budget session commenced.
Singh as quoted in a media report said, “Changes in Congress organisation on the cards. You will see the changes Rahul wants to bring about soon.”
The comments from the Congress leader dropped in the same day when All India Congress Committee (AICC) is meeting to review the ongoing preparations of the party for the Kisan Rally against the Land Acquisition Bill on April 19.
The Gandhi scion will head the rally and take on the Narendra Modi government, reports said.
Rahul Gandhi led a protest in 2011 from Bhatta Parsaul in Uttar Pradesh against forcible land acquisition of farmers that had concluded into enactment of Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013.
Aiming to increase pressure on the Modi government, Congress is intending a big mobilization of farmers across India. Rahul is expected to meet a delegation of farmers on Saturday.