Congress President Rahul Gandhi’s humor at its best: Here are his 6 hilarious statements
Well, there is no doubt that PM Narendra Modi is arguably the most searched Indian Politician on the web, he has a huge number of followers on Twitter but we cannot challenge Congress President Rahul Gandhi too. Yes, nowadays he is also grabbing attention from all across the world. He has created a buzz all across the country from his statements. Yesterday, he hugged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and bought an earthquake on the social media. Let us tell you that this is not the first time he has grabbed the media attention. There are so many instances that happened in the past where he made all of us go ROFL.
Some hilarious statements made by Congress President Rahul Gandhi
Congress President Rahul Gandhi was at a press conference in Bhubaneswar, a day after the 2011 serial bombings in Mumbai, said that 99% of terror attacks have been stopped, but we must aim at stopping 100%. He went on to say, “It is very difficult to stop every single terror attack. We will stop 99% terror attacks but 1 % of attacks might get through.”
Rahul Gandhi’s statement on Poverty
Speaking at a closed-door function organized by the Dalit Resource Centre at the Gobind Ballabh Pant Social Science Institute, Gandhi’s remarks on poverty erupted into a controversy forcing the institute to come out and issue a clarification what Gandhi had meant by his statement. He had said, “Poverty is just a state of mind. It does not mean scarcity of food, money or material things. If one possesses self-confidence then we can overcome poverty.”
Just after he was elevated to party President at the Chintan Shivir in Jaipur, Rahul Gandhi targeted his own party for being ‘disorganized’. He said, “It (Congress) is a funny party. It is the largest political organization in the world but perhaps does not have a single rule or regulation. We create new rules every two minutes and then dump them. Nobody knows the rules in the party”
Arey, what did you mean?
Ending his 3-day visit to West Bengal, Gandhi said the fundamental problem was that the youth was not in politics, adding that his party was trying to bridge the gap.“Politics is everywhere.. it is in your shirt.. in your pants.. everywhere.”
He was trying to make a point but he failed
Reaching out to the Dalit community, Gandhi said if the movement for escape velocity has to be taken forward it needs the participation of lakhs of Dalit leaders. “Dalit community ‘needs the escape velocity of Jupiter’ to achieve success.”
Recently, he was quoted saying that the owner of Coca-Cola used to sell Shikanji in America! Like seriously?
You can call me Pappu but I love you!
And, now once again in a parliament session, he said that he respects and love Prime Minister Narendra Modi and if they call him Pappu it doesn’t affect him.
Well, No one can ever replace Rahul Gandhi!
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