Bilawal's invitation accepted,Rahul Gandhi to visit Pakistan

Bilawal and Rahhul Gandhi
New Delhi, Apr 8: Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi accepted Bilawal Zardari Bhutto's invitation to visit Pakistan. It seems that the two young faces from India and Pakistan succeeded to impress each other.

23-year-old Bilawal, son of Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari, visited India for the first time on Sunday, Apr 8 and spent time with Rahul Gandhi during their meeting and lunch at prime minister Manmohan Singh's residence at 7RCR in New Delhi.

Bilawal accompanied his father and the president of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari whose real agenda behind India tour was to visit Ajmer Sharif where he (Zardari) offered his prayer and donated one million dollars.

Bilawal and Rahul's meeting caught attention as the duo, the representatives of youngistan [young (Hindu+Pak) istan], are among those politicians who are praised and criticised rigorously in both countries - India and Pakistan.

Both Rahul and Bilawal share some similarities - both completed their education in UK - Rahul from Cambridge and Bilawal from Oxford. Both of them are sons of former prime ministers (Benazir Bhutto and Rajiv Gandhi) who were assassinated. However, while Rahul has already started participating in election campaigning, Bilawal is yet to kick off his innings in the real politics.

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