Rahul Gandhi's Scooter Ride with Delivery Boy in Karnataka Election Campaign Goes Viral
Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi has adopted a unique style of campaigning for the upcoming Karnataka elections. In a viral video, he is seen riding a scooter with a delivery boy to connect with people.
In a surprising move, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi adopted a unique style of campaigning for the upcoming Karnataka elections. The former party president was seen riding a scooter with a delivery boy in a video that has since gone viral on social media.
Gandhi, who is known for his penchant for mingling with the common man, took to the streets on a scooter, along with a delivery boy, to campaign for his party in the southern state. The video shows the Congress leader donning a white kurta-pajama and a helmet, while the delivery boy rode the scooter through the busy streets of Karnataka.
#WATCH | Karnataka: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi rides a scooter with a delivery boy in Bengaluru. pic.twitter.com/MvGEgfAjtM — ANI (@ANI) May 7, 2023
In the video, Gandhi can be seen interacting with people and waving to them as they pass by. He even stops at a tea stall to have a cup of tea and chat with the locals. The video has received a lot of attention on social media, with many praising the Congress leader for his unique style of campaigning.
Speaking to the media about his scooter ride, Gandhi said, "I wanted to connect with the people in a different way, and I thought riding a scooter with a delivery boy would be a good way to do that. The response has been overwhelming, and I am happy that people are appreciating my efforts."
The Congress leader's unconventional approach to campaigning has garnered a lot of attention, with many praising him for his efforts to connect with the people in a more personal way. With the Karnataka elections just around the corner, it remains to be seen how much of an impact Gandhi's unique style of campaigning will have on the results.
The video of Gandhi's scooter ride has already gone viral on social media, with many praising the Congress leader for his efforts to connect with the people in a more personal way. With the elections in Karnataka just a few days away, it will be interesting to see if Gandhi's unconventional approach to campaigning will pay off for the Congress party.