‘I don’t cry if anything happens…’ Before the murder, Indira had said some big things, on the death anniversary of her grandmother, Rahul told the whole story

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New Delhi
Recalling the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and her funeral moments, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said hours before her death her grandmother told her not to cry if something happened. In a video released on YouTube on the 37th death anniversary of Indira Gandhi, Rahul has described the day of his grandmother’s funeral as the second most difficult day of his life. The then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was shot dead by two of her security personnel on this day in 1984. Rahul recalled, ‘The morning before his death, he told me not to cry if anything happens to me. I could not understand what he meant and after two-three hours he died. In a video released on YouTube titled ‘With Love, In Memory of My Beloved Grandmother, Indira ji’, the former Congress president said, “She had a sense that she would be killed and I think everyone in the house knows this.” Was. Once he told us at the dinner table that the biggest curse is to die of some disease.’ Rahul said that from his point of view it was probably the best way to die for the country. He said, ‘I had two mothers. A super mother who was my grandmother who used to save me when my father got angry. The other is my mother. Rahul said that for him it was like the loss of his mother. The video also has scenes from Indira Gandhi’s funeral in which child Rahul can be seen crying over the death of his grandmother. Earlier this morning, Rahul Gandhi paid floral tributes at Indira Gandhi’s memorial ‘Shakti Sthal’ here. He tweeted, ‘My grandmother fearlessly served the country till the last moment – her life is an inspiration for us. Best example of women power, humble tribute to Mrs. Indira Gandhi on her martyrdom day.’

[Attribution to NBT]

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