Priyanka Gandhi Biography
(General Secretary of Indian National Congress (Since 2020))
Birthday: January 12, 1972 (Capricorn)
Born In: New Delhi, India
Priyanka Gandhi is an Indian politician and granddaughter of former Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi. She is the daughter of Rajiv Gandhi and the current leader of ‘Indian National Congress’ Sonia Gandhi. Priyanka was brought up amongst leaders as she is part of the legendary Nehru-Gandhi clan. Hence, it was only natural for Priyanka to take the political route in her life! However, despite belonging to the first political family of the country, Priyanka did not show any interest in contesting elections as an active politician until 2019 when she became the General Secretary of the ‘Indian National Congress,’ monitoring the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh. Before becoming a politician, she was often quoted saying that she would like to do things for people without actively entering politics. While it is mostly her mother Sonia Gandhi and brother Rahul Gandhi who have been serving the party, Priyanka’s contribution cannot be overlooked. She may not be the face of the ‘Indian National Congress’ but is definitely an important member of the party. Her role in the party had always been ambiguous and undefined, but she kept on contributing to the overall performance of the party. She is an extremely responsible citizen and an excellent organizer. She also plays the role of chief advisor to her mother in matters of political interest. Her command over languages, confidence, demeanor, and determination to relentlessly serve the people of her country has been an inspiration to many women.