Rahul Gandhi only can’t get a break. Not even on his birthday. From his waggish debate goof-ups to his puzzling laugh after a Lok Sabha elections loss, a internet loves to fun with a jester king of… well, clowns.
Rahul Gandhi incited 45 on Friday, and a internet stood adult in all a sardonic excellence to wish “pappu”.
Twitter and Facebook trolled Gandhi on his ‘janmadivas’, giving him a really special “mubarak ho”. The amicable media distinguished ‘#VishwaPappuDiwas’, for Gandhi like it always has. #VishwaPappuDiwas trended on Twitter and Facebook, while Rahul was left slicing a self-evident cake.
Happy #VishwaPappuDiwas @INCIndia pic.twitter.com/A1K51priex
— NaMoChaiParty (@NamoChaiParty) Jun 19, 2015
See a good Intelligence turn of #Pappu Must conclude his “Gurus” #VishwaPappuDiwas pic.twitter.com/dozgyrCJ3f
(@rupeshsingh10) Jun 19, 2015
This is because it called #VishwaPappuDiwas pic.twitter.com/2R9UiwOduc
— Rishi Bagree (@rishibagree) Jun 19, 2015
Some were only happy that Rahul ‘baba’ was in India and not out somewhere exotic, throwing a whack on his birthday.
Refreshing change, Pappu does a foster to a republic and journos – stays in india on 45th birthday #VishwaPappuDiwas pic.twitter.com/mBfE8j43SO
— shailendra singh (@shaksingh) Jun 19, 2015
#PappuGNew Launched Biscuit In The Honour Of @OfficeOfRG @AskAnshul @Tan_Tripathi @SuvalagnaC #VishwaPappuDiwas pic.twitter.com/Vc8Qljs02s
— Nikhil Dadhich (@nikhildadhich) Jun 19, 2015
45 years ago on this date. Sonia asked a Doctor, “Is it a child or a girl?” Doctor replied, “It’s a Joke!” #VishwaPappuDiwas”
— Oindrila Mukherjee (@CommunalTweets) Jun 19, 2015
Business Insider reported that a Congress celebration supporters and workers will cut a 45-kg birthday cake birthday cake outward Rahul Gandhi’s chateau and a way will be taken out to his chateau from Malcha Marg with flower flashy ‘rath’ and a review of cars ornate with celebration flags, banners and cut outs of a Congress vice-president.
On RaGa’s birthday, there was one who wished him in a normal manner. PM Narendra Modi tweeted out his wishes to Rahul Gandhi’s central account. Rahul too thanked him for a most indispensable “happy birthday”.
Thank we for your best wishes @narendramodi
— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) Jun 19, 2015