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Rahul Gandhi angrily pushes down party workers phone trying to click selfie with him video goes viral : The

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Rahul Gandhi reportedly shook the worker’s hand angrily. Photo Credit history: Twitter/@gssjodhpur


Jaipur, December 21

A video clip has absent viral on social media that shows how Rahul Gandhi pushed aside the hand of a Congress employee who was observed attempting to choose a selfie with him.

In the movie, Gandhi reportedly shook the worker’s hand angrily. The video is reportedly from Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra which entered Haryana from Rajasthan on Wednesday early morning. All through this, fellow leaders were being surprised to see Rahul’s anger throughout the flag trade ceremony.

Rahul Gandhi demands classes in how to conduct himself in community.

— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) December 21, 2022

In the meantime, BJP IT Cell in-demand took a dig at Rahul Gandhi. Sharing the video, he tweeted, “Rahul Gandhi wants classes in how to conduct himself in public.”

Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat also tweeted this online video on his Twitter manage and captioned it, “This is called shedding your temper in vanity!” He set #BharatJodaYatra in a hashtag.

अक्खड़पन में आपा खो जाना इसे कहते हैं!#BharatJodaYatra

— Gajendra Singh Shekhawat (@gssjodhpur) December 21, 2022

An additional occasion chief, Laxmikant Bharadwaj, state secretary, Rajasthan BJP also tweeted the video and said, “what transpired to the brother”.

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