Congress VP Rahul Gandhi can't speak two lines without looking at paper, mocks social media
In an embarrassment to the Congress party, a photo of the sheet carrying notes of Rahul Gandhi's fiery speech in the Parliament yesterday has gone viral on social media, making him a butt of all jokes.
New Delhi: In an embarrassment to the Congress party, a photo of the sheet carrying notes of Rahul Gandhi's fiery speech in the Parliament yesterday has gone viral on social media, making him a butt of all jokes.
The photo of the sheet published by The Telegraph shows the points made by the Gandhi scion during a debate in the Monsoon Session. Some of the points made by him are written verbatim in the 'cheat sheet' in Roman letters.
Launching a scathing attack on PM Narendra Modi, Rahul had yesterday said, “ Log PM Modi ko sunna chahte hai. Who unki rai janna chhate hai ...” The same line was jotted down by Congress VP in his 'cheat sheet' beforehand.
Rahul is also being mocked for noting down even a small reference like “three monkeys of Gandhi' in his cheat sheet.
Furthermore, some lines in the sheet are also marked in red, which many presume was done to remind Rahul where to put a stress on.
As expected, Twitteratis were quick to react to his 'cheat sheet'.
Pic 1) claims its SP Manifesto but it's not Pic 2) cheat sheet Pic 3) copying 4rm mobile pic.twitter.com/Klnsnvhq59
— नंदिता ठाकुर (@nanditathhakur) August 13, 2015
For a potential PM candidate that @OfficeOfRG needs a cheat sheet to debate in parliament is pathetic when he should know this stuff cold.
— Rupa Subramanya (@rupasubramanya) August 13, 2015
Rahul Gandhi's cheat sheet goes viral. 'Roman Hindi'--What a pity. Jaitley rightly said "A leader with no knowledge". pic.twitter.com/89KUU15rXM
— RSS (@RSS_Org) August 13, 2015
— GhoseSpot (@SandipGhose) August 13, 2015
Rahul Gandhi needs a cheatsheet for such a pathetic speech, including for the 3 monkeys story! He's a gift to Modi! pic.twitter.com/wg2Ke2b02o
— हम भारत के लोग (@India_Policy) August 13, 2015
— Bhrashtabhanjan (@bhrashtabhanjan) August 13, 2015