Rahul Gandhi’s Berlin speech could not be aired live due to technical glitch: Congress
Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s address to the Indian Overseas Congress in Berlin in Germany on Thursday night could not be aired ‘live’ due to a technical glitch, the party said.
Gandhi’s address was to be aired via a YouTube link, starting 9:30 pm IST, which was later rescheduled to start from 10:30 pm IST.
The address, however, could not be aired ‘live’ and the Congress party cited a technical glitch as the reason for it.
Gandhi is on a five-day tour to Germany and the UK.
On Wednesday night, he had addressed a gathering at the Bucerius Summer School in Hamburg, Germany.
He was to address the Indian Overseas Congress tonight during his two-day stay in Germany. He heads to London on Friday.
In London, he will address students of the London School of Economics on Friday. And on Saturday, he will address a gathering of the Indian National Overseas Congress.
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