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NEW DELHI: In today’s edition of his ‘question a day to the BJP’ social media campaign, soon-to-be Congress president Rahul Gandhi got basic math wrong.
Rahul today posted a tweet with a table that had wrong percentage numbers in it. He later deleted that tweet and posted a new one after fixing the numbers.
Rahul’s seventh question today to the BJP was about whether its government is a government just for the rich. To indicate that it is, Rahul talked about rising prices of essential commodities. He also tweeted a table with figures showing the percentage rise in prices of gas cylinders, daals, tomato, onions, milk and diesel.
However, all the percentages were inflated by 100 points on that table. That is, the table said, for example, that daal prices have risen to 80 Rs a kilo from 45 Rs a kilo. That’s a percentage rise of 77 percent, but the table tweeted by Rahul showed a rise of 177 percent.
Below is the content of his original tweet.
The percentage rise in prices of the other items on the table are similarly inflated by 100 percent.
Below is a link to Rahul’s corrected tweet.
22 सालों का हिसाब #गुजरात_मांगे_जवाब प्रधानमंत्रीजी-7वाँ सवाल: जुमलों की बेवफाई मार गई नोटबंदी की लुटाई मार गई GS… https://t.co/zkzloJ4VSZ
— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG)
Rahul has been firing questions at PM Narendra Modi for the last seven days, seeking accountability from the BJP for the promises it made to Gujarat in previous polls. The BJP has been in power in Gujarat for 22 years.
“22 salon ka hisaab, Gujarat mange jawaab (Gujarat demands answers for 22 years of BJP rule,” is the tagline of Rahul’s questions to the Prime Minister.
On Sunday, several BJP leaders criticised this ‘question a day’ social media campaign of Rahul’s.
Union minister Jitendra Singh advised the Gandhi scion to change his script writer.
“Its high time he gets his script writer changed. This college level poetry type statements don’t deserve a response,” said Singh.