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“I Noticed Him Earlier than You,” Kerala Nurse Tells Rahul Gandhi’s Employees In Video

Rajamma Vavathil met Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday and gave him a packet of sweets.

New Delhi/ Wayanad, Kerala:

A packet of sweets, a hug and recollections rekindled with a gathering have been the highlights of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s go to to Kerala’s Wayanad on Tuesday. Rajamma Vavathil, one of many nurses who took care of the ex-Congress chief when he was born on June 19, 1970, advised his employees proudly as she met him, “He was born in entrance of me. Earlier than you may see him, I noticed him.”

She gave him a packet of sweets and regretted if any inconvenience was brought about. Rahul Gandhi promptly responded, “No no… no inconvenience.”

The video of the assembly was shared by the Congress on and . “The healthful love and affection from Rajamma Amma who was a nurse at Delhi’s holy household hospital the place Shri @RahulGandhi was born,” learn the tweet. 

“No person gave me permission to provide the sweets. That is my home (she stated pointing at her home). I actually wished to fulfill you. The place are your safety folks. I need to inform them…He’s my son,” she is heard telling him within the clip.

The 51-year-old MP from Kerala’s Wayanad started his two-day go to on Monday.

In posts shared on Instagram, he was seen sharing a meal with locals on Tuesday.

Rahul Gandhi “enjoys a delicious onasadya with the residents of Gandhi Bhavan Sneharamam (Outdated Age House) at Wandoor, District Malappuram, Kerala,” learn the Instagram publish.

His go to comes forward of Onam celebrations within the southern state. He attended a number of conferences and inauguration occasions.

The Congress chief obtained “an lovely welcome” within the state, the occasion stated and shared a video of him interacting with a woman.

The BJP, nevertheless, took a jibe on the Congress chief as occasion chief JP Nadda referred to as his go to “political tourism”.

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