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To mock PM Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi set a new low for self and ended with self mocking

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Self from a small village Khatkhati of Chhattisgarh. I have completed my Graduation in Mechanical Engineering from GEC, Bilaspur. Now, I am working as a General Manager in a Power Plant. I have much interested in spirituality and religious activity. Reading and writing are my hobbies apart from playing chess. From past 2 years I am doing research on "Science in Hindu Scriptures".
 

In this LS Poll 2019, we have seen a lot – murder of democracy in West Bengal, abusive words for hon’ble PM by Mamata Banerjee and many other veteran leaders. There is a undeclared competition between opposition leaders to abuse and mock PM Narendra Modi.

In this context, yesterday Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted a new word Modilie mocking Modiji. He tweeted, “There’s a new word in the English Dictionary. Attached is the snapshot of the entry :)”

One of his supporters and a parody account of Karan Thapar wrote, “Big achievement for honorable Prime Chowkidar. 3rd standard fail hone ke bawajood ModiG ne kamaal kar diya.”

But soon, it came into light it is fake and Oxford Dictionary does not contain such words after the tweet by Oxford Dictionary team itself.

From a party of 125 year old, with a legacy of freedom fight, such a low is unacceptable. To dominate and mock PM Modi, Congress President even not bothered to maintain a decency for his political adversary. At the end, after tweet of Oxford Dictionary he ended with mocking himself. Oxford Dictionary tweeted, “We can confirm that the image showing the entry ‘Modilie’ is fake and does not exist in any of our Oxford Dictionaries.”

Such childish behavior of Congress President is not only loosing his own credibility but loosing credibility of 125 year old party’s credibility too. For the derogatory remark by any of his party man, he can excuse that it’s his own view. But for his own idiocy what he can do?! No way to escape. This is not the first time he caught himself in a tight corner situation but previously he did so when he told that Supreme Court has agreed Chowkidar Chor Hai. Then ended with a apology in court. But he is Rahul Gandhi, swore to never mature. At this time I remember one Hindi phrase befitting in the situation, “Kutte kin dum, kabhi sidhi nahi hoti”

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anantpurohit
Self from a small village Khatkhati of Chhattisgarh. I have completed my Graduation in Mechanical Engineering from GEC, Bilaspur. Now, I am working as a General Manager in a Power Plant. I have much interested in spirituality and religious activity. Reading and writing are my hobbies apart from playing chess. From past 2 years I am doing research on "Science in Hindu Scriptures".

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