New Delhi: Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi, in Tamil Nadu in front of the state races, is attempting to interface with local people with his wild survey talks, one-on-one collaborations and furthermore an evident showing of his actual strength. In a video, which is broadly being shared via online media, the 50-year-old ex-Congress boss is seen doing push-ups with an understudy.
An almost one-minute-long clasp shows the Kerala MP from Wayanad taking up the “push-up challenge” while conversing with an understudy. “Would you be able to do push-ups. We should attempt 15?” he is asked by Merolin Shenigha, a class 10 understudy.
Giving over the mic, Rahul Gandhi grins, and afterward he gets down to the errand. Merolin and Mr Gandhi are seen doing one push-up after the other.
The Congress chief stops while the understudy doesn’t. He evidently says “she wins”. Encircled by a merry group, he takes it to the following level and pushes ups with one hand.
Mr Gandhi additionally shared the clasp on his Instagram account, and stated: “Push up challenge by Merolin Shenigha, a tenth standard Judo fan.”
A week ago, Mr Gandhi got a commendation from fighter Vijender Singh. “Abs of a fighter. Most challenging youthful fit and individuals’ chief. Approach to go @RahulGandhi Ji,” Mr Singh tweeted with a photograph of Mr Gandhi. He had shared an image from the Congress chief’s Kerala visit. The photograph was taken after he jumped into the ocean with neighborhood anglers.
Mr Gandhi was on a boat with a few anglers when he out of nowhere bounced into the water. The 50-year-old MP swam for 10 minutes prior to getting back to the shore.
His visits to Tamil Nadu and Kerala come in front of the state surveys one months from now. Both the states vote on April 6; results will be out on May 2.