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Modi Takes A Dig At Rahul Gandhi By Saying He’s Suffering From Dyslexia, Netizens Are Not Happy

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Modi Takes A Dig At Rahul Gandhi By Saying He’s Suffering From Dyslexia, Netizens Are Not Happy

Now a days we often tend to find politics as a social medium of propaganda where urging the display of self power is quite common. As elections drew near we find politicians taking digs at one another to attract people’s attention.

Amidst every political campaign and meetings and conferences, making fun of rival party leaders have become one of the most common strategy. We can easily find the political parties trolling each other, they leave no opportunity to do so. The same goes for our Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress President Rahul Gandhi.

We have seen many occasions where Rahul Gandhi trolled PM Modi. He shared a picture of Modi’s lookalike, he even hugged him during a Lok Sabha session and very recently accused him of delaying the Rafael Deal, which resulted the IAF using old jets.

Now, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed students from all over India at a live session held at IIT Kharagpur on March 2-3. Smart India Hackathon 2019 grand finale saw more than 1,300 teams from 48 different centers, competing for the final prize.

There during the live interactive session a student was explaining to our Prime Minister that how she is working for dyslexia patients who has trouble while reading and writing though they are very intelligent and creative. To this he took a jibe at Rahul Gandhi and hinted he maybe is suffering from dyslexia, which if gets better will make his mother very happy.

This comment was not very well received by the people. It is insensitive and a shameful act displayed by our PM, is what the comments read for itself. Humans who are suffering is strong enough to embrace it by bravely fighting with it. It takes courage and respect to see this.

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