New Delhi, April 17: After Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi returned to India after 57-day leave or sabbatical, the party is on action mood having its leader back to attack Modi government.
The All India Congress Committee is scheduled to meet today to discuss the strategy for the mega "Kisan Rally" on April 19. Rahul Gandhi may attend the meeting that will make out plans to put pressure on the Narendra Modi government against the land acquisition ordinance.
Rahul may hold discussion with Congress leaders as well as a delegation of farmers who will be present at the meeting. He will lead the protest against land bill at the Farmers' rally on April 19, said senior party leader Anand Sharma.