The former president of the Congress, Rahul Gandhi, will be in the UK at the end of this month. He will also give a lecture at the business school at Cambridge University. Gandhi talked about his upcoming trip to the UK. He said that he was looking forward to going back to his alma mater and that he would be meeting with some of the smartest people in geopolitics, international relations, and democracy.
Gandhi tweeted, “I’m looking forward to going back to my alma mater, Cambridge University, and giving a lecture at @CambridgeJBS.”
The Congress MP said, “I’m happy to talk with some of the smartest people in fields like geopolitics, international relations, big data, and democracy.”
In a tweet, the Cambridge Judge Business School said it was excited to have Gandhi back at Cambridge University later this month.
It said, “He will lecture at @CambridgeMBA and hold closed-door sessions with @shrutikapila on Big Data and Democracy and India-China relations, with support from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, the Centre for Geopolitics at the University of Cambridge, and the History Faculty at the University of Cambridge.”
Gandhi will attend the Congress’s 85th plenary session in Raipur, Chhattisgarh, from February 24 to 26. At this meeting, the party will plan its strategy for the general elections in 2024 and talk about a number of internal issues.