Congress President Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law Robert Vadra has expressed his desire to enter active politics at the behest of the common man and said that He entered politics extensively But you can serve the public. Vadra made the remarks in an interview to a local news channel YouTube during his visit to Madhya Pradesh on Sunday. Asked about the possibility of joining active politics, he said, “I understand politics and if (ordinary) people want me to represent them and if I can do something for them, I will take this step. “
After offering prayers at Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga and other temples in Ujjain, Vadra said, “My charitable work has been going on for more than 10 years and will continue to do so. No matter how much time it takes and whether I enter politics or not, I am serving the people. I can serve the people. “Well, I still reach out to common people across the country,” he said. I know people are with me and they work hard. These people know that if they use my name, they will do good to the people. Vadra said, ‘Let’s see what happens next. Every day we talk in the family about what kind of politics is happening today and how the country is changing. Vadra also said that today the media is afraid of speaking the truth. “All these things are not part of democracy. These things will not take the country forward but backward.