Bharat Jodo Yatra: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi told many funny things in an interview given to a YouTuber Samdish Bhatia during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Of which Rahul Gandhi, remembering his childhood, told that, when I was a child, I used to ask my mother Sonia Gandhi, ‘Am I beautiful. My mother looked at me and said no, you are a completely average kid. That’s why this thought has settled in my mind that I look average.’
When the interviewer asked if this is a story you make up to sound good? Rahul Gandhi said "No no, my mother is like this. My mother will always tell you the truth, she will say only what is true. Along with this, my father and my whole family are also like this. Don’t exaggerate anything. If you say something, they will tell you what is true about you. So my mother said that you are average, she did not say that yes, you are very handsome, because you are our son. This thing is in my mind since childhood.
Rahul Gandhi said this about religious views
Rahul Gandhi told that "Of course, I believe in God. I believe in the God in whom I have faith. I don’t believe in a god who is someone else’s design. This is a very personal view, my inner view if you want to go to the philosophical side, I want to say that Shiva is a good idea. It is very difficult to understand the concept of Shiva in our system and I will move in that direction, Shiva is a thought beyond self, ego.
My friends send me shoes, BJP people throw shoes at me
Rahul Gandhi said that he usually does his own shopping for shoes but now his mother and sister also send him shoes. He said, ‘Some of my politician friends have also gifted me shoes.’ It should be asked whether there is anyone from BJP among those sending shoes. Rahul Gandhi said, "No no, they only throw shoes at me."
During the Bharat Jodo Yatra, a crowd gathers to see Rahul Gandhi walking. When asked about this, he said that he personally does not like the tendency to treat leaders as gods.