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Rahul Gandhi Takes Namma Metro, Commuters Take Selfies

India | News18 | April 8, 2018, 4:07 pm
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 Congress president Rahul Gandhi was seen travelling in a crowded metro in Bengaluru on April 08, 2018. Rahul was seen happily posing for selfies with the commuters. (Image: Special Arrangement)

Congress president Rahul Gandhi was seen travelling in a crowded metro in Bengaluru on April 08, 2018. Rahul was seen happily posing for selfies with the commuters. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 Rahul Gandhi, who is on a two-day weekend visit to poll-bound Karnataka, delighted fellow commuters by posing for selfies. (Image: Special Arrangement)

Rahul Gandhi, who is on a two-day weekend visit to poll-bound Karnataka, delighted fellow commuters by posing for selfies. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 The party chief boarded the busy metro at Vidhana Soudha metro station and alighted at MG Road station, after a five-minute ride via Cubbon Park metro station in the central business district. (Image: Special Arrangement)

The party chief boarded the busy metro at Vidhana Soudha metro station and alighted at MG Road station, after a five-minute ride via Cubbon Park metro station in the central business district. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 After alighting at the MG Road metro station, Gandhi walked across the high street, which was recently renovated to showcase as a vehicle-free pedestrian plaza. (Image: Special Arrangement)

After alighting at the MG Road metro station, Gandhi walked across the high street, which was recently renovated to showcase as a vehicle-free pedestrian plaza. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 Rahul walked into The Bookworm bookstore on Church Street in the upscale street to browse through books, while Siddaramaiah bought and gifted five books to him. (Image: Special Arrangement)

Rahul walked into The Bookworm bookstore on Church Street in the upscale street to browse through books, while Siddaramaiah bought and gifted five books to him. (Image: Special Arrangement)

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 These included Tamil writer Perumal Murugan's 'The Goat Thief', British author Karen Armstrong's 'A History of God', 'The Art of Living' by Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh and a book on the Japanese concept of 'Ikigai', which means 'a reason for being'.(Image: Special Arrangement)

These included Tamil writer Perumal Murugan's 'The Goat Thief', British author Karen Armstrong's 'A History of God', 'The Art of Living' by Vietnamese monk Thich Nhat Hanh and a book on the Japanese concept of 'Ikigai', which means 'a reason for being'.(Image: Special Arrangement)