Twitter users start their own version of ‘KnowYourLegacy’ and it’s hilarious

The official Congress Twitter ID has been posting various polls under the “KnowYourLegacy” hashtag in a bid to get people talking again about the grand old party. While this idea itself has been plagiarised from BJP’s ‘KnowYourGovt’ polls, the gaffes Congress seems to make, are completely novel.

Earlier today the Congress IT Cell made a hilarious gaffe when they put up a poll asking “Named in the honour of Indira Gandhi, what is the northern most point of India called?” The northern most point of India is called “Indira Col”, named in 1912, 5 years before Indira Gandhi was even born.

Twitterverse wasted no time in coming up with their own hilarious version of “KnowYourLegacy”, mocking the Congress Party’s need to attribute everything, sometimes unrelated, to the Dynasty.

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Here are some of the tweets that cracked us up

While this twitter user used a movie title to mock the ‘Indira Col’ gaffe

This Twitter user responded by saying that Lord Indira was perhaps named after Indira Gandhi

We certainly hope Congress doesn’t end up taking these twitter users seriously, considering they proudly assert “India is Indira, Indira is India”

While Congress party’s endless bloopers are a constant source of entertainment, Twitter’s creativity always leaves us laughing.

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