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Amethi asks Rahul Gandhi: When you will visit us along with Bhabhiji?
When Parliament's monsoon session was in progress Congress Vice-President, Rahul Gandhi was constantly in news for his comments and accusations against the government. But, now he is making headlines for a totally different reason, which is somehow personal also. And the reason is questions around his marriage plans.

During his two-day tour of Amethi, which concluded today, Rahul Gandhi faced a very common question around his marriage, but this time in a different style.

"Bhaiya, kab tak akele aaoge? Bhabhi kab saath aayengi? (Till when will you visit Amethi alone? When will bhabhi (your wife) accompany you?," this question was asked by some of the villagers to Rahul Gandhi.

But, rather than giving any straightforward answer of this question the 45-year-old Gandhi scion just gave a smile. But what was the meaning of that smile is not clear to anyone. Whether he has any marriage plans or not, only he can tell. But in past Rahul Gandhi had given enough indications that he won't marry. While speaking in Parliament's Central Hall Rahul Gandhi had once said, "If I get married and have children, then I will become a status quoist and will be concerned about bequeathing my position to my children."

He had even said that starting a family would mean "compromising his aim to democratize the party and decentralize its decision-making", saying his decision to not start a family would be in the party's and India's interest, Daily Mail had reported.

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