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Rahul Gandhi's '3-Idiots' Moment

Rahul Gandhi's '3-Idiots' Moment
Rahul Gandhi's '3-Idiots' Moment
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Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi who was in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh to launch his party's campaign for the state assembly elections had his own little '3-Idiots' moment today.

Rahul, who is known for making faux pas during speeches, added another one to his list of verbal mishaps.

While slamming the Shivraj Singh Chouhan led BJP government in Madhya Pradesh, Rahul Gandhi asked the gathering of some hundred people:

"Dus saal se jo sarkaar hai, isne aadivaasiyon kii izzat kii yaa nahi? Apke saath bhrashtaachaar kiya? (The government that has been here in power for the last 10 years, has it respected the tribals? Have they indulged in corruption?)"

To which someone from the audience apparently quipped, "Nahin balaatkaar kiya (No, they raped us)".

As the video shows, Rahul Gandhi too repeated 'balaatkaar', as if, to himself, almost in self correction. 

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