Young Hope Of India 'rahul' Turns 40

With Congress General secretary turning 40 on 19th June 2010 , the future of Indian politics turns 40.

What makes Rahul even more younger are his ideas for the future politics, Education system, developmental schemes, Unity and of course the fact that he is still a bachelor.

Rahul Gandhi became the youngest member of the Nehru-Gandhi family to enter active politics when he contested and won a seat in the lower house of the Parliament of India in 2004.

The name Rahul Gandhi has become synonymous with the new face of Indian politics; a young brand of highly motivated and influential politicians, aiming to highlight India’s position as a global frontrunner.

To mark the occasion of his 40th birthday, the state unit of the Congress will take out padyatras or marches in every district of Uttar Pradesh Saturday and also organise blood donation camps to mark the birthday of party general secretary Rahul Gandhi.

The NSUI and the Youth Congress activists have organized several programmes to celebrate Rahul’s birthday throughout the country.

Today Rahul Gandhi inspires not only common youth(by the way he doesn’t believe in the concept of Common man/Uncommon man) , but also the young actors like Ranbir Kapoor who say that Rahul’s mannerisms help him to prepare for his role and also that Rahul Gandhi has been a change in the sense that earlier no body could imagine having a politician moving around freely leaving his Z security behind.

Other praises �

Preity Zinta Young leaders like Rahul Gandhi reflect the sentiments and thought process of our generation! More power to you, Rahul! There was a time when we had leaders like Gandhi and Subhash Chandra Bose to look up to. Who do we have now? Who will inspire us in these times?

Farah Khan Ali Kudos to Rahul Gandhi for saying India is for Indians. Time we unite without looking at our differences.

Sophie Choudhry Rahul Gandhi says: I am interested in one concept � that India belongs to Indians and every part of India belongs to every Indian! Well said! We need unity!

Obama says be the change you want to see.Rahul Gandhi says we just need the says ‘we have millions of Obama sitting here in India, just requires channeling’.