Rahul Gandhi Net Worth includes Income from Immovable property, Personal Investments and Salary. Rahul Gandhi is an Indian politician, who serves as the Vice-President of the Indian National Congress (INC) party and the Chairperson of the Indian Youth Congress and the National Students Union of India. Rahul Gandhi served as a general secretary in the All India Congress Committee and represents Amethi as its Member of Parliament (MP). Rahul Gandhi is the second-highest-ranked member of the Congress Working Committee.

Rahul Gandhi Net Worth (as per EC Affidavit)

Estimated Net Worth Rs.16 Crore
Immovable Property Rs.1.3 Crore
Movable Property Rs.8 Crore
Personal Investments Rs.1 Crore
Previous Year Income Rs.92 Lakh

Rahul Gandhi House

The office as well as the Government house of MP Mr. Rahul Gandhi is located in VVIP area of New Delhi.

Rahul Gandhi Cars

Rahul Gandhi does not own any Cars in his own name. However, He mostly travels in Govt Secured Vehicles like Scorpio and Range Rover.

Rahul Gandhi Biography

RAhul Gandhi was born in Delhi on 19 June 1970, as the first of the two children of Rajiv Gandhi, who later became the Prime Minister of India, and Italian-born Sonia Gandhi, who later became President of Indian National Congress, and as the grandson of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi is also the great-grandson of India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru.

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In March 2004, Rahul Gandhi announced his entry into politics by announcing that he would contest the May 2004 elections, standing for his father’s former constituency of Amethi in Uttar Pradesh in the Lok Sabha, India’s lower house of Parliament. The seat had been held by his mother until she transferred to the neighbouring seat of Rae Bareilly.

Rahul Gandhi was appointed General Secretary of the All India Congress Committee on 24 September 2007 in a reshuffle of the party secretariat. In the same reshuffle, he was also given charge of the Indian Youth Congress and the National Students Union of India. In 2008, senior Congress leader Veerappa Moily mentioned “Rahul-as-PM” idea when the PM of India Manmohan Singh was still abroad. Rahul Gandhi was elevated to the position of the vice-president of the party in January 2013.

In the 2009 Lok Sabha elections, Gandhi retained his Amethi seat by defeating his nearest rival by a margin of over 370,000 votes. Gandhi was credited with the Congress revival in Uttar Pradesh where they won 21 out of the total 80 Lok Sabha seats. He spoke at 125 rallies across the country in six weeks. The nationwide elections defied the predictions made by pre-poll predictions and exit polls and gave a clear mandate to the incumbent Congress-led UPA government.

Gandhi campaigned during the 2012 Assembly elections in the politically crucial Uttar Pradesh election for almost two months, holding 200 rallies. However Congress emerged as the fourth party in the state, winning 28 seats, an increase of six seats from the previous 2007 elections. Out of the 15 seats in the Amethi parliamentary constituency, Congress won 2 of the 15 seats.

Rahul Gandhi contested the Indian general election, 2014 from his constituency, Amethi. and led the election campaign of the Indian National Congress. Gandhi held the Amethi seat by defeating his nearest rival, BJP’s Smriti Irani, by a reduced margin of 107,000 votes.

Under Rahul Gandhi leadership, the Indian National Congress suffered its worst ever performance in elections and won only 44 seats compared to 206 seats won previously in the 2009 general election.

The Congress-led electoral alliance, the UPA also had its worst ever performance in elections and won only 59 seats compared to 262 seats won previously in the 2009 general election. After the defeat, Gandhi offered to resign his posts, only to be rejected by the party’s working committee.

Rahul Gandhi Education

Rahul Gandhi attended St. Columba’s School, Delhi before entering The Doon School in Dehradun, Uttarakhand from 1981 to 1983. Meanwhile, his father had joined politics and became the Prime Minister on 31 October 1984 when Indira Gandhi was assassinated. Due to the security threats faced by Indira Gandhi’s family from Sikh extremists, Rahul Gandhi and his sister, Priyanka were home-schooled thereafter.

Rahul Gandhi joined St. Stephen’s College, Delhi in 1989 for his undergraduate education but moved to Harvard University after he completed the first year examinations. In 1991, after Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by the Tamil Tigers (LTTE) during an election rally, he shifted to Rollins College due to security concerns and completed his B.A. in 1994.  During this period, he assumed the pseudonym Raul Vinci and his identity was known only to the university officials and security agencies.

Rahul Gandhi further went on to obtain an M.Phil from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1995. After graduation, Rahul Gandhi worked at the Monitor Group, a management consulting firm, in London. In 2002, he was one of the directors of Mumbai-based technology outsourcing firm Backops Services Private Ltd.

Rahul Gandhi Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth of Rahul Gandhi is likely to grow at a rate of 8-10% over the next few years.

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