Hitting out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said the prime minister is right to be nervous about the results of the Lok Sabha elections.
The Congress chief took to Twitter and claimed Prime Minister Narendra Modi is cracking under pressure.
"Your recent statements, interviews & videos are giving India the distinct feeling that you’re cracking under presssure. You are, however, certainly right to be nervous about the results," Rahul Gandhi wrote on Twitter.
Dear Mr Modi,— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) May 9, 2019
Your recent statements, interviews & videos are giving India the distinct feeling that you’re cracking under presssure.
You are, however, certainly right to be nervous about the results.
His tweet provided fodder for tweeple who spare no chance to troll the Congress chief.
Soon after posting the tweet, Twitterati trolled Rahul Gandhi of being under pressure, so much that he mistyped the word as 'presssure'.
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Some even trolled Rahul Gandhi for not tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the tweet, thus claiming that the Congress chief is himself nervous and under pressure.
This was not the first time the Congress chief has been trolled on social media. Earlier in April this year, Rahul Gandhi was trolled for posting a poorly photoshopped image of him hugging an elderly woman.
Gandhi was trolled for the image which showed him hugging an elderly woman with four fingers mysteriously visible on her saree from behind with the background being blurred.