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‘I don’t know the details of NCC training and that type of stuff’ says Rahul Gandhi while answering a student

Rahul Gandhi has positioned himself as a youth leader even as he enters his late forties. Today he was interacting with students at Maharani’s Art college for women in Mysuru. He spoke on Nirav Modi, GST, demonetisation and jobless growth in his interaction.

When asked about benefits he would offer to NCC cadets who have passed C certificate examination he was unable to answer the question. The Congress President made no attempts to understand about the C certificate examination before answering the question on stage.

He went on to add – “As a young Indian person I would like to give you an opportunity where you can have a future, where you can have successful education and where you can thrive in this country. Details of NCC, I don’t know exactly, training and what you go through.”

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Social media reacted in a sarcastic manner to Rahul Gandhi’s answer.

One of the Twitter users felt that the lack of nationalism in the Congress party had led to a situation where its president doesn’t know anything about the NCC.

The lack of connection between Rahul Gandhi and life of India was the reason for the Congress president’s failure to answer the question as per another user.

Some could not resist the Chhota Bheem reference.

The youth and general public will probably find it hard to support a leader who gives vague and casual answers to questions thrown at him.

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