SRINAGAR: Speaking at prestigious Cambridge University, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi recounted confronting militants during the Congress-led Bharat Jodo Yatra’s entry into Jammu and Kashmir.
Gandhi stated, according to a report from India today, “I spoke to my people and expressed my desire to carry on walking. We kept going when an unidentified man came up to me. He said he wanted to speak with me.”
Rahul Gandhi went on to say that the man questioned him as to whether or not the Congress leaders had actually travelled to the Union Territory to hear about the problems of the populace.
Later, the man pointed to certain bystanders and claimed they were all militants, according to Rahul Gandhi.
“I believed I was in danger because militants would likely kill me in such circumstance. Yet, they did nothing as a result of the power of listening “Gandhi added.
Rahul Gandhi landed in the UK on Tuesday to begin his seven-day tour with a speech at Cambridge University. Along with that, he spoke with local Indian diaspora groups.