Robert Vadra says he has no plans of joining politics, but will foray with 'full force' if people feel he is worthy for the role

Asked when he intends to join politics, Vadra told ANI, 'As of now there are no plans. I have no wish to join politics right now. I am amongst the people and working hard. When people will feel that I should enter politics, I will come with full force.'

Asian News International April 16, 2019 13:01:03 IST
Robert Vadra says he has no plans of joining politics, but will foray with 'full force' if people feel he is worthy for the role
  • Putting rest to all speculations, Robert Vadra, son-in-law of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, on Monday clarified that he had no plans of joining politics

  • He said he will make his debut in politics only when the people feel he is worthy enough to do so

  • 'When people will feel that I should enter politics, I will come with full force,' Vadra said

New Delhi: Putting rest to all speculations, Robert Vadra, son-in-law of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, on Monday clarified that he had no plans of joining politics. He said he will make his debut in politics only when the people feel he is worthy enough to do so.

Robert Vadra says he has no plans of joining politics but will foray with full force if people feel he is worthy for the role

A file photo of Robert Vadra. PTI

Asked when he intends to join politics, Vadra told ANI, "As of now there are no plans. I have no wish to join politics right now. I am amongst the people and working hard. When people will feel that I should enter politics, I will come with full force."

"I think people of Amethi and Rae Bareli feel very happy that the family is with them and have been with them forever and the development is always on our minds. We always reach out and meet everyone. We will do all we can to further develop both Amethi and Rae Bareli," he had told ANI on 13 April.

 

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