Rahul steps just in time, prevents Haryana Congress leader from falling

Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other senior leaders of the party were also present on the dais when the incident happened.

FP Staff April 19, 2015 20:46:42 IST

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today prevented a Haryana Congress leader from falling down by quickly holding her after she stumbled on the stage at the Kisan rally held at the Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi on Sunday.

Rahul steps just in time prevents Haryana Congress leader from falling

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Congress president Sonia Gandhi and other senior leaders of the party were also present on the dais when the incident happened. The party organised the farmers' rally to show their support to the farming community while opposing the Land Acquisition Bill of the NDA government.

A huge gathering was seen as Congress workers and farmers attended the rally from all over the country.

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