New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi, a Congress member who is leading the Kanyakumari-to-Kashmir Bharat Jodo Yatra, gave an explanation for why he dresses in a t-shirt even when it is cold outside.
The Gandhi scion claimed it all began when he observed three underprivileged youngsters during the yatra’s Madhya Pradesh leg, speaking at a press conference during the yatra’s Haryana leg.
“Yatra arrived in MP while it was only slightly cold. Three disadvantaged kids came to me wearing ripped clothing and shivered when I hugged them. I made the decision that day to only wear a t-shirt till I start to shiver “explained Rahul Gandhi.
इस टी-शर्ट से बस इतना इज़हार कर रहा हूं,— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) January 9, 2023
थोड़ा दर्द आपसे उधार ले रहा हूं। pic.twitter.com/soVmiyvjqA
He said, “I would think to wear a sweater when I start to tremble and feel cold.” He said, “I would think to wear a sweater when I start to tremble and feel cold.” He said, “I would think to wear a sweater when I start to tremble and feel cold.”
Since the yatra approached northern India, Rahul Gandhi and his t-shirt have become a talking point.
When questioned about the white T-shirt he had been sporting ever since the Bharat Jodo yatra started, the Wayanad MP had responded, “Jab tak chal rahi hai chalayenge.”
His party mates have praised him as a superhuman for valiantly enduring the cold wave and continuing on his mission while many on the opposing side of the political spectrum have branded it a gimmick. Science has the solution as to why Rahul Gandhi doesn’t experience cold.
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