'What is it to speak to me...', when Rahul Gandhi started asking Congress leaders before the address...

Hyderabad: BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya shared a video from his Twitter account and took a dig at former Congress national president Rahul Gandhi. In fact, in the video shared by Malviya, Rahul Gandhi is seen with some Congress leaders and workers. In the video, Rahul is seen saying, 'On which topic to speak today, what to speak?' 


The BJP leader, who has often cornered Rahul Gandhi over his foreign trips, shared a video on Saturday morning. Rahul Gandhi had arrived in Telangana on Friday on his two-day visit. In the video shared by Malviya, Rahul Gandhi is seen in a room with some Congress leaders. In the video, Rahul Gandhi is seen asking, 'What to speak, what do I have to say?' It is being told that Rahul Gandhi had held a meeting with Congress leaders before addressing a farmers' event in the state. During this time, someone recorded his statement in the video.

In the 17-second video clip, Rahul is seen sitting on a chair and asking other leaders, 'What is the main theme of today, what exactly to say, what exactly do I have to say?' Let me tell you that the former Congress president was supposed to address a public meeting on farmers' issues in Warangal. Amit Malviya released the video on Twitter and wrote, "Tomorrow (Friday), Rahul Gandhi asks before his public meeting in Telangana what is the theme, what is the point of view?"

The BJP leader further said, "This happens when you sit in between personal trips abroad and nightclubs." Amit Malviya was talking about the recent viral video in which Rahul Gandhi was seen at a nightclub in Kathmandu, Nepal. Rahul Gandhi was at the Marriott Hotel in Nepal's capital on Monday to attend the wedding of his journalist friend Sumnima Udasi.

Govt to give Rs 4 lakh each to kin of those who died in Indore fire, CM orders probe

'Kerala has become breeding centre of Islamic terrorism, Left govt giving protection...', Nadda's big attack on CPM

SP MLA Atul Pradhan's legislature in danger, High Court sent notice"


- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -