New Delhi, Sep 7: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday posted a video on the micro-blogging site Twitter from his Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. His video was a reply to silence the trollers who questioned if he was actually there as none of the pictures featured him. Several even questioned if it was just a result of a Google search engine of Mansarovar images.
Gandhi is on a 12 to 15-day pilgrimage to Mount Kailash, believed to be the abode of the Hindu god Shiva.
In the video, Rahul can be seen at a camp interacting with fellow pilgrims. He can also be seen in pictures with other people who are undertaking the yatra.
The Congress too released Rahul's fitbit record along with the set of first picture which shows him covering 46,433 steps over 463 minutes and burning 4466 calories in a day.
This isn't the first time, his visit was earlier too clouded in controversy over reports that he ate non-veg food before beginning the yatra.
Gandhi set off on the Kailash Mansarovar Yatra on August 31. He took the decision to undertake the pilgrimage after a mid-air scare in April that saw his aircraft sharply lose altitude.