Rahul Gandhi Makes a Joke Out Of Himself Yet Again

"I saw PM Modi doing yoga on yoga day. The PM did all kinds of asanas - quite well - but he could not do the padmasana," the Congress vice president said at the 'Jan Vedna Sammelan' of the Congress in Delhi.

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Rahul Gandhi today launched a searing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his notes ban decision, telling a large gathering of the Congress that ‘Acche Din‘ will come only when the party returns to power. After the Congress Leader returned from his trip to London he was all energized to  ridicule avid yoga practitioner PM Narendra Modi for not being able to do the ‘padmasana’, or the lotus position – in short, to talk about the PM’s “insincerity.” 

I saw PM Modi doing yoga on yoga day. The PM did all kinds of asanas – quite well – but he could not do the padmasana,” the Congress vice president said at the ‘Jan Vedna Sammelan‘ of the Congress in Delhi.

I’ve done some yoga. Admittedly, I’m not very good at it, but my yoga guru used to tell me that if you practice yoga regularly, you can very easily do the padmasana. The converse though isn’t true. Anyone who doesn’t do yoga regularly can’t do the Padmasana,” Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi said.

“People keep asking when will Acche Din come. They will come only when the Congress comes back to power in 2019,” the Congress Vice President said to a roar of approval from party workers. He described demonetisation as the “worst decision” of India’s history.

Mr Gandhi also accused PM Modi and the BJP of weakening institutions built over the years. He also said something which took everyone by surprise. People could not understand what the prince of Congress was trying to say. It seems like he has accepted his defeat and has changed his party, he has now become a BJP Spokesperson.

It seems like Rahul Gandhi is still in his vacation mood and needs time to come back to the normal routine. But whatever be the case people are happy with RaGa’s comeback as their dose of entertainment is back.

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