Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday committed a gaffe while addressing students at the University of California in Berkeley.
Gandhi, who is on a two-week visit to the US to interact with political leaders, global thinkers and overseas Indians, addressed the students of the University of California in Berkeley on ‘India at 70: Reflections on the Path Forward’.
While answering a question, he got the number of seats in the Lok Sabha wrong.
Rahul said the number of seats in the Lower House was 546, not 545.
The “miscounted” number had the Twitterati have a field day. Here is how people trolled:
It's only 545 not 546, plz go thru Political Science esp.of Indian Parliament, Gone Bonkers @OfficeOfRG
— #gurukulsukanya iyer (@sukanyaiyer2) September 12, 2017
Once a paapu always a pappu 😂😂
— Ashutosh singh (@ashuontwt) September 12, 2017
Artificial Intelligence..!! 🙏😂
— 🌷Payal🌷 (@payal_choksi) September 12, 2017
You'd expect someone who hopes to be PM of the country some day would know the right number! 🙄
— Amy Singh (@amritasarup) September 12, 2017
— Chaloo Pandey (@chaloo_pandey) September 12, 2017
ye ek seat doremon k gadget se niklwayi hai.
— pankaj sharma (@gr8pankajsharma) September 12, 2017
543+2nominated+rahulgandhi self nominated =546 thats right. Brilliant 😬😂😂
— Sreenivas (@pai2_goa) September 12, 2017
Please give him a break. Ultra rich guys like him can't be expected to know the concept of even & odd numbers
— Rajesh Chandra (@trajchandra) September 12, 2017
सिखाई हुई बुद्धि ढाई घण्ठे ही रहती है 🤖😂😂😂😂😂
— Abhinav (@ramtripathi21) September 12, 2017