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TN polls: 'We want leaders like Kamaraj ji': Rahul Gandhi

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TN polls: 'We want leaders like Kamaraj ji': Rahul Gandhi

TN polls: 'We want leaders like Kamaraj ji': Rahul Gandhi

Ahead of polls in Tamil Nadu, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is aggressively campaigning in several cities of the state.

Rahul Gandhi held several rallies, road shows in Tenkasi on February 28.

He also drank tea at a tea stall in Adaikalapattanam village.

During his address to the masses in Tenkasi, he remembered former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Kamaraj and his leadership.

Highlighting K Kamaraj's determination to introduce Mid-day meals in the state, Rahul Gandhi said, "Tamil Nadu showed direction to India as the scheme was introduced later in country." "That's the kind of leader we want," he added.


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