Rahul Gandhi inspires these ROFL poetries on Twitter, you won’t like to miss

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New Delhi | Updated: December 23, 2016 6:15:54 PM

Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi took to poetry and songs to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the alleged Sahara kickbacks and demonetisation.

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Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi took to poetry and songs today to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the alleged Sahara kickbacks and demonetisation. Criticising the RBI flip-flops on deposits in banks after the announcement of demonetisation on November 8 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rahul invoked a song of Amitabh Bachchan’s ‘Namak Halal’ but twisted it in his own style. “…Amitabh Bachchan ji ki film ka ek gaana tha ‘ram ram japna ghareeb ka maal apna,” Rahul said. The original words were, “Aap ka to lagta hai bas yahi sapna/ Ram naam japna paraya maal apna.”

While pointing out the widespread inconvenience caused to people due to demonetisation, Rahul shared a couplet to attack PM Modi, “Log toot jaate hain ek ghar banane mein, tum taras nahi khaate grehastiyan jalane mein.” Yesterday, while responding to PM Modi’s “packet” jibe against him, Rahul had invoked Ghalib, saying, “‘Har ek baat pe kehte ho ke tu kya hai, tumhi kaho ke yeh Andaaz-e-Guftagu kya hai”.

However, Rahul Gandhi’s “poetic” avatar has triggered the lyrical bones of Twitterati and they are sharing these ROFL couplets you won’t like to miss.

 

 

Speaking at an event in Varanasi yesterday, PM Modi had mocked Rahul, saying, “There is a young leader, who is learning how to give a speech now. Since the time he has started speaking, there have been no bounds to my happiness.” “Had he not spoken, there would have been an earthquake and the country would not have managed to emerge out of the after-effects of the earthquake for 10 years,” he added. Referring to Rahul, the PM also said that he “didn’t know what was in this “packet” in 2009. Now we are getting to know.”

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