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Rahul Gandhi inaugurates facility for psychiatry and de-addiction in Wayanad, Netizens ask him to be the first patient

There was a Wikileaks cable that asserted that ‘influential columnist and political insider’ Saeed Naqvi claims that it was increasingly common knowledge among Congress insiders that Rahul suffers from “personality problems” of an emotional or psychological nature that are severe enough to prevent him from functioning as PM.

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Senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today launched a new department block for the treatment of mental illness and addiction at the Assumption Hospital in Sultan Bathery, Wayanad.

The former Congress President Rahul Gandhi is currently on tour of his parliamentary constituency Wayanad, where he started off the facility for the treatment of psychiatry and de-addiction.

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Soon after the Congress Twitter handle posted the tweet informing the people about the inauguration, many users started suggesting Rahul Gandhi be the first patient to enrol himself at the facility to provide a boost to the hospital.

One Twitter user suggested that the psychiatry department will be useful for not just Rahul Gandhi but several other Congress supporters.

Many people have raised aspersions on the mental acuity of Rahul Gandhi following his embarrassing gaffes and socially tactless remarks in his political rallies. He recently invented a new number- “Dhai Hazaar Panch Sau” in an election rally in poll-bound Jharkhand. Gandhi is also famous for conjuring up another mathematical numeral “Pichatees” while speaking about the unemployment figures in the country.

In fact, there was a Wikileaks cable that asserted that ‘influential columnist and political insider’ Saeed Naqvi claims that it was increasingly common knowledge among Congress insiders that Rahul suffers from “personality problems” of an emotional or psychological nature that are severe enough to prevent him from functioning as PM.

Read: Rahul Gandhi is back and how: After ‘pichatees’, watch him inventing another number to talk about MSP paid to farmers

This is not enough, Rahul’s poor grasp of political issues also added to his image of someone who is suffering from a chronic mental illness. His repeated allegations of wrongdoing in Rafale deal despite Supreme Court’s verdict stating no malfeasance was observed and his stubborn refusal to come to terms with it only reinforced his perception of being a mentally weak politician.

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