En route Mandsaur to meet farmers, Rahul Gandhi gets mobbed by selfie-seeking Congress workers

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When Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi left Delhi on Thursday morning, he was in a hurry to get to Madhya Pradesh’s Mandsaur that has been scorched by farmer protests and the death of five people in police firing.

But he had to wait for 20 minutes after he landed in Udaipur before getting on the road to the MP town. The reason: Hundreds of local Congress leaders who mobbed him to take a selfie.

As soon as Gandhi arrived at the airport, hundreds of Congress workers reached to welcome him. Soon party workers got exited and started taking selfies with Gandhi.

Minutes later, a huge mob created chaos inside the building, forcing police to resort to mild caning to control the situation.

Gandhi and other senior politicians including Congress general secretary Digvija


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