Rahul Gandhi Comes With Bizzare Promises Yet Again – Compares Amethi With California

Congress President Rahul Gandhi is known for his obnoxious vote bank politics. He is also known as the puppet President of Congress, who does not have any idea about whatever is going on with the world. All he knows is to mug up the probable “answers” and lectures by heart and delivering the same at the various events and meetings he attends.

If one may recall, his lectures at Singapore and Malaysia’s respective NRI meets drew scorn from all sections of the society. Furthermore, you may also remember how he promised villagers to get recognition from the West just by voting for him. Such comparisons and fake promises abound in his lectures, specifically which are not tutored to him.

A glimpse of such hypocrisy was seen in the recent students’ meet at Amethi, Uttar Pradesh, where RaGa once again stunned the students with his answer. He was heard saying that in 10 to 15 years, Amethi will be mentioned in the same breath as California and Singapore – such will be the development in Amethi if people vote for Congress. Please watch this video here if you want a bout of laughter amid your busy schedule. Take a look –

#WATCH: Congress President Rahul Gandhi says 'After 10-15 years when people mention Singapore and California, they will also mention Amethi in the same breath' (17.4.18)

#WATCH: Congress President Rahul Gandhi says 'After 10-15 years when people mention Singapore and California, they will also mention Amethi in the same breath' (17.4.18)

Posted by Asian News International (ANI) on 17 ಏಪ್ರಿಲ್ 2018

What do you think about Rahul Gandhi’s lecture? Don’t you think it is high time for RaGa to make promises which can be fulfilled rather than faking everything just for the sake of artificial likes and vote bank politics? Don’t you think it is high time for him to understand that people now are too smart to just accept his fake politics and vote for him on the basis of the same? Please let us know whatever you think in the comments section below.

By: Shah on Wednesday, April 18th, 2018