Rahul Gandhi to deliver lecture at Cambridge 


Rahul Gandhi said that he is Happy to engage with some of the brightest minds in various domains…reports Asian Lite News

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will deliver a lecture at the prestigious business school of the Cambridge University later this month.

The Congress leader said in a tweet, “Looking forward to visiting my alma mater Cambridge University and delivering a lecture at @CambridgeJBS,” Gandhi tweeted.

“Happy to engage with some of the brightest minds in various domains, including geopolitics, international relations, big data and democracy,” he added.

Rahul Gandhi was responding to a tweet by Cambridge Judge that read: “Delighted to welcome back @RahulGandhi to @Cambridge_Uni later this month. He will lecture on @CambridgeMBA and hold closed-door sessions on Big Data and Democracy and India-China relations, with @shrutikapila, supported by @BennettInst @CamGeopolitics @CamHistory.”

Rahul Gandhi had spoken at the Cambridge University in May 2022, besides addressing the ‘Ideas for India’ conference in London when he interacted with the Indian diaspora on what the present and future holds India.

Breach of privilege notice

Rahul Gandhi has sent his reply to the breach of privilege notice against him over his February 7 remarks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the Lok Sabha secretariat, sources said on Thursday.

According to sources, Gandhi replied to the notice on Wednesday.

He replied on the privilege motion by BJP MP Nishikant Dubey and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi over his speech where he spoke regarding the Hindenburg research report on the Adani group.

As per party sources, Gandhi cited various laws to justify his remarks.

The content of the reply has been kept confidential, however, certain Congress leaders said that Gandhi had responded to all the allegations levelled against him on the basis of facts and precedents.

Joshi had written a letter to Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla stating that Rahul Gandhi misled the House by making allegations without any evidence.

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