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Rahul and Sonia Return, much to the joy of Indian “Neutral” Journalists

Rahul Gandhi’s return to India was marked by a Kisan Rally in Haryana, where he was joined by his mother Sonia Gandhi and other heavyweights of Congress. Everybody was propping up Rahul after his 2 month long disappearance, but Rajdeep Sardesai chose to bat for Sonia Gandhi:

Unfortunately for him, facts landed yet another sucker punch as his former TV channel reported that people were deserting the venue as Sonia was speaking:


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Cut to today, when Rahul Gandhi spoke in Lok Sabha. And the usual suspects were roaring in action expressing their emotions:

Zaka Jacob, who had said General V K Singh should be more sensitive to Yemen victims, had this to say about Rahul Gandhi:

Sagarika seems to agree with him. We wonder what new found powers they saw in Rahul Gandhi to help them change their mind so soon:

Bhupendra Chaubey had fallen head over heels for the new and improved Rahul Gandhi:

Is it a coincidence that all the above Journalists belong to the CNN-IBN stable? And all of them somehow did not notice that Rahul Gandhi version 2.0 is prone to the same faux pas as Rahul Gandhi version 1.0

Journalist Saba Naqvi, (of hitjob sources fame) had this to say:

Shekhar Gupta even went on to say “the picture has changed” after Rahul Gandhi’s return:

These are some of the reactions from our very neutral mediapersons. If these are true, it seems Congress will sweep the upcoming Bihar elections. Let us see the results and then come back to this post.

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