Rahul Gandhi-a copycat? Congress scion was caught ‘copying’ condolence message for Nepal earthquake

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New Delhi, May 2: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi who is popular for his goof ups and ‘immature act' has done yet again. Rahul Gandhi's new avatar has come to fore and that is his ‘copycat avatar'.

Congress scion who has been trying hard to revive his party is being mocked for copying a condolence message when he had gone to the Nepal Embassy on Friday.

Rahul Gandhi- a copycat?

Unaware about the fact that he was being watched by the camera in the premises, reportedly he kept on copying the condolences message from his mobile and writing it in the visitor's register.

It seems before visiting the Embassy, Rahul Gandhi apparently had told someone in his team to write a condolence message for him.

Showing his deep sympathy to earthquake victims, Rahul wrote as quoted by India TV, "Over the last week the world has watched in horror as the true scale of the tragedy in Nepal unfolded before us. Some wounds will never heal, but as Nepal faces the hard task of rebuilding each broken life and broken buildings, the people of India stand with you in strength and solidarity.

In the years to come, we will see a stronger, more prosperous, even beautiful Nepal whose ingenerable spirit will rise above present despair and inspire the world".

Meanwhile, BJP has mocked this act of Rahul Gandhi. Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi, BJP spokesperson Nalin Kohli said that such things come directly from the heart and can't be copied from a smart phone.

The Himalayan country was devastated by a powerful earthquake last week which has left over 6,000 people dead and at least 11,000 injured. The quake has also affected parts of India, particularly bordering Bihar, and has claimed the lives of over 70 people.

The quake has also affected parts of India, particularly bordering Bihar, and has claimed the lives of over 70 people.

After this news came to fore, Twitter started trending with #PappuCantWriteSaala. Here are a few of the tweets: 

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