• Would prefer a woman who possesses traits similar to those of my mother and grandmother: Rahul Gandhi on life partner

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    Would prefer a woman who possesses traits similar to those of my mother and grandmother: Rahul Gandhi on life partner

    Gandhi, who published the interview on Twitter, stated that he does not own a car and just drives his mother's CR-V.

    Digital Desk: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has stated that he would love to marry someone who possesses characteristics of both his mother, Sonia Gandhi, and grandmother, Indira Gandhi.

    During the 'Bharat Jodo Yatra,' he described his grandmother, former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, as "the love of my life and my second mother" in an interview with a YouTube channel.

     

    When asked if he would marry a woman like her, Gandhi replied, "That is an interesting topic... I'd rather be with a woman... I don't mind... She possesses attributes. However, a combination of my mother's and grandmother's attributes is advantageous." The former Congress head, who is on a padayatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, also mentioned his passion for riding motorcycles and cycles, and referred to a Chinese electric company that develops electric bicycles and mountain bikes.

    "I've driven an electric scooter but never an electric bike. Have you heard of this Chinese firm... There are electric-powered bicycles and mountain bikes. Very intriguing idea. "But they're good," he says.

    Gandhi, who published the interview on Twitter, stated that he does not own a car and just drives his mother's CR-V.

    "I've never been interested in vehicles. I'm not interested in motorcycles, but I am interested in riding them. I know how to fix a car. But I'm not crazy with automobiles. "I like the idea of moving rapidly, moving in the air, moving in water, and moving on land," he explained.

    He also stated that he liked an ancient Lambretta to an R1, and that he preferred cycling to motorcycling because it allows him to use his own power.

    "I don't care," the Gandhi scion stated of his critics calling him names. Whatever you want to say is irrelevant. Nobody offends me. I wouldn't hate you if you abused me or even hit me." When he was called "Pappu," he called it a propaganda effort and stated those who called him that were acting out of fear. "Nothing is happening in his life; he is depressed since his relationships are not going well. That's why he's abusing someone else; it's fine. It makes me happy. Abuse even more. It appeals to me. I don't mind if you give me more names. "I'm at ease." "I do not think we are doing what has to be done for it to happen," he remarked of India's electric vehicle (EV) revolution. Because an EV revolution necessitates a basis, and we aren't there yet." He stated that the foundation for manufacturing batteries, motors, and infrastructure is lacking. "It is not strategically done, it is all ad hoc. They have no idea how it is supposed to be done." Gandhi also mentioned that the drone revolution, which he is very passionate about, is another revolution that India has missed.