New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi has left to a US to attend a conference, Congress pronounced on Tuesday night, rejecting rumours about his whereabouts.
“Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is travelling to Aspen, US on a brief revisit to attend a conference. The discussion is approaching to be attended by tellurian leaders from several domains, both from supervision and private sectors,” party’s arch orator Randeep Surjewala said.
“We reject all rumours saying otherwise,” he added.
He, however, did not give dates about a discussion or a generation of a visit.
Earlier in a day when asked about Rahul during AICC briefing, Surjewala said, “Rahulji is travelling abroad on a brief personal revisit and will lapse shortly. We reject all rumours saying otherwise. He will continue to lead a party’s Bihar debate as also in a rest of a country.”
He was asked either Rahul had left to London and either it meant that he had left on another sabbatical.
Early this year, Rahul had left abroad on a 56-day sabbatical when a bill event of Parliament had commenced and that led to most speak and conjecture in domestic circles.
Interestingly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also be in a USA from Thursday morning on a six-day visit.