Rahul Gandhi, who hit hard at the Modi government in his speech at the 112th annual session of the PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, later faced some questions from international professional boxer and Champion Vijender Singh, an Olympics bronze medallist.
Vijender, who was a panelist in the session before Gandhi, said he had seen MPs or MLAs cutting ribbons, but never seen them playing a game.
He asked Gandhi what will he do for sports if he became the Prime Minister.
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While answering Vijender questions, he said “Normally, I do sports for one hour every day. This is true I have not done it in the last 3-4 months. Before that, for my whole life, I have devoted at least an hour daily to sports,” he added.
Vijender then asked Gandhi to put out a video on his sporting activities, saying that people had seen him boxing and wrestling against the government in Parliament and that such videos will inspire others.
“We will put, we will put on net,” Gandhi said.
Vijender also asked question on Rahul Gandhi’s marriege chances
“I believe in destiny — Jab hogi, hogi (when it happens, it happens),” Gandhi quipped.