The journalist, NDTV's Umashankar Singh, first asks Rahul Gandhi about the samosa and gets a Samosa in his mouth in return. He then keeps following Gandhi through the crowd repeating the question, how did Rahul like his samosa.
Perhaps the union of Dhruv Rathee and NDTV is destiny after all, like a river eventually merging with the sea, individual fake news peddlers probably have to merge one day with the ocean of lies and fake news that is NDTV.
In the video, Rahul Gandhi is offering puja. Later, the friendly NDTV journalist asks him what he was praying for. In remain tone that has become synonymous with Rahul Gandhi, he says, "I don't know, they asked me to be here, so I am here".
Congress President Rahul Gandhi had used the event of technical slag of Train-18 to target the NDA government and had mocked the Prime Minister Narendra Modi over reports of India’s fastest train, Vande Bharat Express suffering a breakdown.
While the Country held its breath and read gut-wrenching stories of the Jawans martyred in the Pulwama attack, the 'liberals' were more concerned about politics than the tears of the martyr's families.
In a rush to discredit the success of India's fastest train 'Vande Bharat Express', Congress' Divya Spandana not only resorted to propagating fake news but also went on to pass some insensitive statements regarding the recent Pulwama terror attack
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