Netizens greet him with hilarious tweets and facebook posts
GN Bureau | April 16, 2015
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday returned from his 56-day ‘sabbatical’.
He was on an unexplained leave amid speculations about his possible elevation as party president. His mysterious absence led to a lot of debate, as many questioned his commitment to lead the party out of its worst phase – the Congress had a major debacle in the Lok Sabha elections last year and subsequent assembly elections.
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His “sabbatical” – though it is not yet clear where exactly he was during these 56 days – came at the crucial juncture of the budget session of parliament.
Now that the Congress leader in back, #RahulReturns was the top among all twitter trends.
Here is how people react:
#RahulReturns is a state of mind.— Shailaja Mukherjee (@2HellWithHeaven) April 16, 2015
#RahulReturns I'm sure Sonia Gandhi will now recharge the subscription of Cartoon Channels.— Akshay (@BugSpatteredVis) April 16, 2015
Why Rahul Why did you return. #rahulreturns— Nikhil Arni (@nikhilarni) April 16, 2015
The superman and batman all returned so #RahulReturns too— Yusuf (@docyia) April 16, 2015
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