Netizens are always curious to come up with new things every now and then to make a chuckle out of someone. And not surprisingly, this time its fresh victim was former Congress president Rahul Gandhi. Taking part in a random trend, the Congress’ Youth wing on Twitter speculated that the next Prime Minister of India would be the Congress leader with the image of most positive, Rahul Gandhi. However, as assumed the Twitter had divided opinions.
Rahul Gandhi is next PM
The Youth Wing of the Congress party joining the Twitter trend of #2019in5words on December 29, shared a post from its official Twitter handle speculating that the next Prime Minister of India would be the Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. They wrote: “Rahul Gandhi is next PM”.
However, they were unaware of the fact that the troll group was waiting for such tweets and did not want to miss such a golden opportunity.
Rahul Gandhi is next PM #2019in5words
— Youth Congress (@IYC) December 29, 2019
watch till the end ??????? pic.twitter.com/DPG1SoG2c6
— AVINASH (@AVINASH87740956) December 31, 2019
"My own party handle is trolling me" pic.twitter.com/2HZMjVJi6m
— ಶುಭಂಕರ | शुभंकर | Shub (@shub_nudi) December 31, 2019
— GILL 2.0 (@ikpsgill1) December 31, 2019
Joke of Millenium ???
— Nandini Idnani (@idnani_nandini) December 31, 2019
"We have a better leader".
India's five words response. ?
— Harish Dunakhe (@Harish_Dunakhe) December 29, 2019
Even Papu is shocked after seeing this tweet. ???? pic.twitter.com/OGI1f1yfzG
— Ragini Singh (@Ragini4nation) December 29, 2019
I read a similar statement in Pakistan's newspapers also.
— Salil Mathur (@Saliltoday) December 31, 2019
@IYC to @RahulGandhi pic.twitter.com/dIkkHWS30M
— Rahul Garg? (@abc854754) December 31, 2019
Yes yes and I will be next president of India, BC कुछ भी होता है ??
— ??RANJAN?▄︻̷̿┻̿═一?? (@imranjan24x7) December 31, 2019
If anyone votes for him.#2019in5words
— Basant Bhoruka ?? (@basant_bhoruka) December 31, 2019
Noo he will be just an MP not PM
— Bhairava (@sukumaranlens) December 31, 2019
Tommorow is January 1st not April 1st.
— Md Tahir (@md_tahir_) December 31, 2019