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Watch: The best of Rahul Gandhi in Singapore

After flying to Italy days before his 3 stunning moral victories in the North East elections, Rahul Gandhi flew to the other end of the world. At Singapore, Rahul had a panel discussion at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore. While Rahul Gandhi was speaking with all seriousness, netizens found Rahul’s statements bizarre, incoherent and downright funny.

When Rahul explained what Singapore means to him, some on social media wondered if the video was real or was a cut-paste job by some slick editing:

Rahul Gandhi’s innovative means of “measuring” the situation in J & K also drew hilarious reactions:

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With great power comes great responsibility. With many great powers, comes an absurd Rahul Gandhi statement on power:

Rahul Gandhi at one point in the show actually gave a green signal to the Indian economy as of today. He called India’s growth performance “a decent show”, which contradicts his stand in India where he constantly attacks PM Modi for India’s poor economic performance. After the question was over, Rahul realised his gaffe and tried to do some damage control:

Another block-buster suggestion from Rahul to somehow “connect” all the MRI machines in a country, via some sort of network, to “revolutionise healthcare”:

The follow-up question to this actually drew a better response: If this is so good an idea, why has it not been done yet! Perhaps only one person understood that Rahul wanted to be the Mark Zuckerberg for MRI machines:

In another segment, Rahul almost admitted that one of the Congress party’s MLAs was a former terrorist:

The pièce de résistance though could be the epic moment where Rahul chose to answer a question, by asking the person who asked the question, what he thought the answer was:

In closing, one must watch this epic roast of Rahul, which came before his hilarious videos from Singapore:

Rahul Gandhi is the gift that keeps on giving.

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