Khaga (Uttar Pradesh), Apr 26 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Varun Gandhi on Sunday urged people to go beyond case-based politics, saying it is a test for voters to decide if they will go beyond their caste bonds or instead embrace national patriotic values.
Addressing his first political rally after his release on parole, Gandhi said he did not want to be known by his name but for his work.
"People ask me how it feels to be from the Gandhi family, but I swear that I don't want to be known by my name but for my work," he added.
Varun Gandhi also shared anecdotes from his days of Etah jail.
"I was kept in isolation in jail," he added.
Varun Gandhi, who is a BJP candidate from Pilibhit parliamentary constituency, said he wanted to fight to make his country strong.
"This is not Varun's fight alone. This is a fight to make our country strong, for a national vision focusing on farmers and the poor," he added. (ANI)