Rahul Gandhi is known for his lack of knowledge midst the media and his peers. But this time he has actually proved it by carrying a cheat sheet to parliament.
In yesterday’s Parliament session, Rahul Gandhi was at his fiery best. Hurling taunts after taunts at the opposition leaders, he didn’t even spare the prime minister,“Gandhiji ke teen bandar kehte hain – Bura mat dekho, bura mat suno, bura mat bolo. Modi ji ke 3 naye bandar hai, unka kehna hai- Sach mat dekho, sach mat suno, sach mat bolo, he said.
But this was all written by his story writing employee and he just blurted out verbatim from his cheat sheet which was captured on camera.
The sheet was photographed by Prem Singh, a photojournalist from ‘The Telegraph’. The ‘teen bandar’ point was right there in his notes, written in Roman letters. So was this: “Log PM Modi ko sunna chahte hai, woh unki rai janna chahte hai, Modigate par, Vyapam par.”
This, as many would argue, is just like how students made notes during exams. Farras, as they called it. We wonder if we should have listened to our mother and eaten badaam.
Rahul Gandhi has since became famous as Pappu on twitter. #PappuSoDuffer is currently the most popular topic trending on twitter. Have a look at some of these hilarious tweets:
Don’t laugh on Rahul Gandhi. This is how we use to make notes for semester exams. pic.twitter.com/eSod0Q8DGL
Retarded Writer (@retardedwriter) August 13, 2015
Pappu Cud not memorise his speech hence cong pushed the debate for14 days even tho govt was ready to debate from day 1! #PappuSoDuffer
je suis Bhaqt (@ExSecular) August 13, 2015
Ramrao Kulkarni (@RamraoKP_) August 13, 2015
Raj Bisht (@Raj_Bisht5) August 13, 2015
#PappuSoDuffer He went to dentist for a Bluetooth.
Ranjan Dhar (@iamranjandhar) August 13, 2015
I think we should declare RG as national entertainer ! He is doing so much for the society by keeping them in splits #PappuSoDuffer
Parag (@PaRaG_RP) August 13, 2015