Is Rahul Gandhi’s Claim Of Going On Kailash-Mansarovar Pilgrimage False?

In what seemed like a hard try to prove himself to be a devout Hindu, Congress President Rahul Gandhi has allegedly taken a pilgrimage to the pious Hindu site of Mansarovar. According to media reports, he is currently on his way to Kailash-Mansarovar, which is in Tibet and where one has to go through Nepal, undergoing tremendous toil. Notably, the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra is deemed as one of the toughest pilgrimages of Hinduism.

Needless to say, this stance by Rahul Gandhi is just another propaganda played to gain the Hindu votes in the upcoming 2019 general elections. After all the anti-Hindu propaganda politics played by the Gandhi scion, it becomes inevitable to put up such a devout-Hindu act. However, is he really in Tibet now? For, looking at the recent photographs tweeted by him from Kailash-Mansarovar, it seems he is elsewhere in some comfortable cocoon once again trying to trick the Hindus back in India.

In the recent photographs posted by Rahul Gandhi on Twitter, there have been some technical issues, which purportedly go on to clarify that the photographs were taken not from any phone or camera by Gandhi but from the Google Image Search. Numerous Twitter handles have picked out this serious glitch which Gandhi unknowingly put forward. Take a look at the images posted by the handles here –

And not just that – Gandhi, despite being an important politician – perhaps hadn’t had the idea that there is no Internet in Mansarovar and that China has banned Twitter in Tibet. Well, that quite easily speaks for Rahul Gandhi’s blatant lies:

Watch how this person proves that Rahul Gandhi was just lying –

Also, in this age of selfies, isn’t it quite surprising that Rahul Gandhi has been clicking photographs of the Kailash parvat and not any selfie with the awe-inspiring views? Strange, isn’t it?

Well, what do you think about Rahul Gandhi’s pilgrimage? Do you think he has actually gone on the auspicious pilgrimage or has he been just sitting at some quaint cafes in Nepal (or elsewhere) and devouring piping hot momos?

Source: Rightlog

By: Shah on Thursday, September 6th, 2018