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Rahul Gandhi meets boy who aspires to become engineer, recalls father Rajiv Gandhi's fascination with tech | India News

Rahul Gandhi meets boy who aspires to turn into engineer, recollects father Rajiv Gandhi’s fascination with tech | Information

Nanded (Maha): Congress chief Rahul Gandhi who’s on a country-wide Bharat Jodo Yatra on Thursday met Sarvesh, a faculty boy who needs to be a software program engineer in Maharashtra’s Nanded. The varsity boy informed Gandhi that he has by no means seen a pc and that his faculty didn’t have a pc. The Congress chief talked about his encounter with Sarvesh in his speech at a rally on Thursday night. The Wayanad MP on Friday recalled his father and former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, who was additionally very keen on computer systems. Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Friday gifted a laptop computer to Sarvesh Hatne, the schoolboy from Nanded, in Gandhi’s presence. 

Taking to Fb, Rahul recalled his father’s well-known quote, I’m younger, and I too have a dream.”

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“Papa was all the time interested in trendy expertise and the way it could possibly be used to India’s benefit. Computer systems have been Papa’s absolute favorite! And, he would all the time passionately talk about new plans on channelising youth energy to usher India into the twenty first century,” Rahul wrote. 

“In younger Sarvesh Hatne and Chandrakant Kirkal’s eyes, I noticed the identical curiosity and amusement as I confirmed them how an iPad works. Throughout our chat, they shared with me their dream of changing into software program engineers. And naturally, the iPad I confirmed them grew to become their absolute favorite too,” he wrote. 

These children deserve entry to amenities and alternatives which might be rightfully theirs, the Congress chief stated, including that he was decided to make sure that their desires are fulfilled. “A laptop computer to Sarvesh is only the start. We have now a billion extra desires to grasp,” Gandhi stated.

(With PTI inputs)

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