New Delhi: After the influx of jibes on his brother-in-law, Rober Vadra, now social networking site Twitter has started buzzing over Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi’s remark that ‘seven out of 10 youths in Punjab are drug addicts’.

Some of the tweets are as:

“70 percent of Punjab r drug addicts :Rahul Gandhi...What incentive wud u offer them 2 vote 4 Congress? De-addiction or subsidized drugs?” - TV actor and comedian Jaspal Bhatti.

“He is not that dumb he just changed the trend from Robert Vadra to Rahul Gandhi. Bhen ki rakhi ka Farz.” - Scratchy Singh

“Digvijay Singh has trained Rahul Gandhi well but now student is surpassing the teacher when it comes to putting feet in the mouth.” - Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala.

Moreover, reacting to Rahul’s move of comparing India with Saudi Arab, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala tweeted – “If India is Saudi Arabia & Robert got a loan from DLF at 0% then DLF according to Rahul and Kejriwal must mean Dubai Loan Free.”

“Center Fresh should immediately sign Rahul Gandhi as Brand Ambassador. Anyone who makes India a Saudi Arabia needs Zubaan pe Lagaam.” Jhunjhunwala tweeted.

“I think trends like #yorahulsodumb shd stop! We don't want twitter to be shut down in India right? Hehe” - Dhanya Rajendran

“Rahul Baba for Indian politics is as worthless as PoonamPandey for Indian Cricket Team.” – Gaurav Mehta

“Today I understood why Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi are not on twitter.” – Mayank Pawar

Gandhi had made the comparison while speaking to students at the Panjab University in Chandigarh. He had said, ‘India is the Saudi Arabia of 21st century and youth is responsible for it.’


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