Netizens can’t stop laughing at Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Coca-Cola’s owner used to sell Shikanji’ comment

Rahul Gandhi, India’s national entertainer, has just delivered another stellar performance. Speaking at an event earlier today, the Congress President shared some incredible glimpses of his beautiful mind. Attempting to ‘inspire’ the enterprising youth of India, this 47 years old ‘youth icon’ today said the founder/owner of Coca-Cola brand was a Shikanji vendor in America. Not stopping at that, he went ahead to declare that the owner of McDonald’s was a Dhaba owner in America. Though the factual correctness of his claims has already been discussed, his statements sent Netizens into an overdrive, mocking Rahul for his outlandish comments.

The pearls of Rahul‘s wisdom were always popular among people of India. Be it ‘escape velocity of Jupiter’ or ‘Made in Jaunpur’ patilas (pans) that Mrs Michelle Obama is looking forward to cooking with, Rahul Gandhi’s speeches have always made India laugh. Today was no different, no sooner than that Shikanji video clip went viral, Twitter was flooded with reaction posts as funny as the Congres President’s remarks.

Soon, the hashtag #AccordingToRahulGandhi was trending on Twitter.

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Shikanji just became the drink of the day.

People found other ‘inspiring stories’ too.

If a Shikanji owner can own Coca-Cola, why can’t the familiar chicken seller become the owner of KFC?

It is all about video streaming.

Rahul Gandhi never ceases to amuse. Just when Indians think after one major election that they have seen enough of the innovative ideas, Rahul Gandhi comes up with fresh stuff to keep Indians laughing.

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