Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has surprised many people across India by liking a tweet that mocked Rahul Gandhi’s conversation with ex-RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan.
Indian economy was already down for various reasons and it has now been badly affected by the Coronavirus outbreak. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi is set to initiate his series of dialogues with experts on economy and health. The first one was with former Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan. He announced the news about his conversation with Raghuram Rajan on April 29
Rahul Gandhi tweeted, “At 9 AM today, you can watch my conversation with Dr Raghuram Rajan, former RBI Governor, on dealing with the #Covid19 crisis & a new vision for India on my Twitter, Facebook & Youtube platforms. This is the first of a series of conversations with global & Indian thought leaders.”
As promised, Rahul Gandhi had a discussion with the former RBI Governor for nearly half an hour today. The Congress leader shared his live video of his conversation with Dr Raghuram Rajan and wrote, “A conversation with Dr Raghuram Rajan, former RBI Governor, on dealing with the #Covid19 crisis.”
While the followers of Congress likes whatever he does, the right wing are known to call him Pappu and troll each of his views and initiative. Now, many people across India feel that the Congress is trying to re-launching Rahul Randhi for the 2024 elections and resorted to mock him on social media.
A guy with the handle @jnr_artist tweeted, “Dear congressi friends Indians have overwhelmingly rejected this visionary person in 2014 and again in 2019. And If Congress is still trying him for 2024 than you can understand his party’s vision also. Face with tongue #RahulGandhi #RaghuramRajan.”
Another netizen (Savukku_Shankar @savukku) tweeted the photo featuring Akshay Kumar interviewing Prime Minister Narendra Modi and wrote, “Kids talk with economists Legends talk with Akshay Kumars.” Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah was quick in liking this post.