Another Blunder? Rahul Gandhi Deletes Tweet With Wrong Maths Against PM Modi, Posts New One.
Does Rahul Need A Maths Teacher?Rahul Gandhi Deletes Tweet
- The first tweeted image by Rahul consisted of an image with wrong mathematics.
- It was deleted soon by him and a fresh post with correct figures was uploaded
- But we know the power of Social Media. We Caught the Error.
Congress Vice-President, Rahul Gandhi Posted his seventh Question for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, just after 3 hrs, the tweet was seen deleted.
Rahul Gandhi Deletes Tweet
A fresh post came just after he deleted tweet with correct figures and a new image.
In the first tweet that was posted by Rahul Gandhi(Above image) Contains wrong and inflated figures.
The Maths was all Wrong.
The soon-to-be Congress president tweeted the post on Tuesday and discussed rising prices of essential commodities.
The Fresh Tweet States:
22 सालों का हिसाब#गुजरात_मांगे_जवाब
जुमलों की बेवफाई मार गई
नोटबंदी की लुटाई मार गई
GST सारी कमाई मार गई
बाकी कुछ बचा तो –
महंगाई मार गई
बढ़ते दामों से जीना दुश्वार
बस अमीरों की होगी भाजपा सरकार? pic.twitter.com/1S8Yt0nI7B
— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) December 5, 2017
The Congress Leader, Rahul Gandhi soon to be Congress President, has been posting a daily question to PM Modi For last seven days in the run-up to Gujarat elections.
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“His questions are clumsily phrased. I don’t know who drafts his questions? On what basis does he ask those questions? They either don’t understand data or represent it wrongly, as per their convenience. All the data is baseless,” said Jitendra Singh, Minister of State at Prime Minister’s Office.
In his sixth question on Monday, Rahul had brought Modi in the dock over the seventh pay commission and its implementation. “Saatve vetan aayog mein Rs 18, 000 maasik hone ke bawajood fixed aur contractpagaar Rs 5,500 aur Rs 10, 000 kyun? (Despite 7th pay commission recommendations suggesting Rs 18,000 per month as minimum pay, why is the pay for fixed and contract workers at Rs 5,500 and Rs 10,000?)” he wrote on Twitter.
Even, Union minister Jitendra Singh asked the Gandhi SCION to change their scriptwriter.
“Its high time he gets his scriptwriter changed. This college-level poetry type statements don’t deserve a response,” said Jitendra Singh