Epic Takedown of Rahul Gandhi Dramatics by BJP MP Hukmdev Yadav

Much to the chagrin of Lutyens’ elites and mainstream media, the latest Nehru-Gandhi scion Rahul Gandhi has been well and truly exposed for his juvenile words and actions. In a jocular takedown of Rahul Gandhi’s recent antics where he displayed a torn kurta pocket to Congress workers in Uttarakhand as a symbol of his connect with the poor, BJP MP Hukmdev Narayan Yadav tore into Gandhi for this drama –

Translation of the above excerpt is as below –

“We are not leaders who have to do drama – in movies, we see the hero playing the role of a farmer, plowing his field with bulls, tearing good clothes to express his love for the heroine…making a show of the torn clothes! What are you showing…tell us, did you wear torn clothes in childhood? We have actually worn torn clothes as children..at that time, we did not have jeans and trousers, wore drawstring underpants, sat on gunny bags on the ground, ate stale rice in the village. You are born in a king’s house, brought up amidst queenly comforts, go for regular foreign vacations, got a foreign education, but then act like a poor person! Madam Speaker, I want to tell those who are trying to mislead the poor and farmers of this country through their drama and antics, today the son of that farmer & poor laborer is equally smart – he is net savvy, has a mobile/laptop and can look up the real life story of any leader – you cannot fool these people anymore.”

Here are some other responses of twitteratti to Rahul Gandhi

But the mainstream media and left-liberal cabal who has protected the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty from all critical examination in the pre-social media era, will not give up so easily. Rahul Gandhi is still re-launched in supposedly new & improved avatars every few years, while many durbaris are eagerly awaiting the full entry of Priyanka Vadra, another hollow dynast without any qualifications or administrative knowhow. The Congress ecosystem firmly believes you can fool all the people all the time.


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