We have all heard of people, things being the ‘x-factor’ or having the USP (ultimate selling point) that stands them out from the crowd. But a Congress-friendly journalist Pallavi Ghosh came up with a new term to describe Priyanka Gandhi Vadra who has widely been pegged as the trump card of Congress as the run-up to elections.
— pallavi ghosh (@_pallavighosh) March 30, 2019
She was to discuss on her show whether Priyanka Gandhi Vadra campaigning in Varanasi could turn the wave against Prime Minister Modi. However, Ghosh decided to describe her USP as ‘C factor’.
This led people to wonder what exactly does this ‘C’ stand for?
C stand for Chwetiya
— NPTV News (@ExposeHandle) March 30, 2019
Yes. She is the C factor: the cunning one. Comes to the electoral politics only. On other days she is busy enjoying the family loot.
— MUKESH (@mukeshxl) March 30, 2019
C.. corruption factor? Yeah.
— Nalinii Rathnam (@nalinirathnam) March 30, 2019
“C” factor ?
X to suna tha . What did I miss ?? https://t.co/fcTQlGNFIB
— Yashwant Deshmukh 🇮🇳 (@YRDeshmukh) March 30, 2019
Entire congress is full of ‘C’ factors…🤣🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/138ms87bgF
— Chowkidar Ashish Mishra (@itzashish) March 30, 2019
Some even took a dig at Ghosh for the tweet.
Highly disappointed about the language used, should adhere from such language in democracy
— KeepTheForkUp (@KeepTheForkUp) March 30, 2019
C factor is you – Chatukaarni!🤣🤣
— BABUA ji (@babuachep) March 30, 2019
We thank Ghosh for providing the C factor on a Saturday evening. Here C stands for comedy.