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Rahul Gandhi

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Indian politician and Person in Parliament representing Amethi who became the Vice Chief executive from the Indian Country wide Congress in 2013. He’s a member from the Nehru-Gandhi family members, the most important political family members in India. He received levels in international relationships and philosophy in the colleges of Rollins and Cambridge before operating in the Monitor Group, a administration consulting company in London. He’s considered a youngsters icon and was the first choice from the Indian Youngsters Congress as well as the Country wide College students Union of India. His dad, Rajiv Gandhi, and his grandmother, Indira Gandhi, had been both Primary Ministers of India. His mom is usually Sonia Gandhi and he includes a sister called Priyanka. His great-grandfather, Jawaharlal Nehru, was the 1st Primary Minister of India.

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Full Name Rahul Gandhi
Date Of Birth June 19, 1970
Place Of Birth New Delhi, India
Height 1.71 m
Profession Politician
Education Trinity College, Cambridge, Rollins College, Harvard University, St. Stephen's College, Delhi, The Doon School, Harvard College, St. Columba's School, Delhi
Nationality Indian
Parents Sonia Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi
Siblings Priyanka Gandhi
Awards CNN-IBN Indian of the Year in Politics
Star Sign Gemini

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