Rahul Gandhi’s Helicopter Checked in Tamil Nadu

New Delhi : Election officials in Tamil Nadu inspected a helicopter carrying Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. The flying squad officials conducted the inspection after the helicopter landed, according to the police.

Gandhi was en route to his parliamentary constituency, Wayanad in Kerala, where he had several campaign activities planned, including a public meeting.

He is contesting in the Lok Sabha polls scheduled for April 26 from Wayanad, aiming for a consecutive term.

Shruti Suman

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