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‘Ma ka ladla’ back to home

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi returned to Delhi from his 56-day “unexplained” sabbatical that had raised a lot of questions over his leadership of the party at a time when the Congress has been battered in elections repeatedly

The Congress vice-president arrived in New Delhi at 11.15am on a Thai Airways plane from Bangkok. The plane, which was scheduled to land at 10.35am, was delayed by 40 minutes, sources said.

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi reached Rahul Gandhi’s Tughlaq Road residence before 11am and was soon followed by daughter Priyanka


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