The Gandhi scion even targetted Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he said the Prime Minister "does not have guts" to come to the Parliament.
His statements created lots of flutter on the floor of the House as long as he spoke but, social media went abuzz after The Telegraph shared an image showing Rahul Gandhi carrying a cheat sheet in the Parliament.
The sheet carried by the Congress leader in the Lower House comprised phrases 'word by word' what he said during the debate.
But, what prompted the Twitterati to mock at the Gandhi scion was his use of English for even Hindi phrases.
Here is a collection of such tweets:
Pic1: Rahul Gandhi past handwriting (cursive)Pic2: Yday (Capital)Experts should say if both can come from 1 person pic.twitter.com/utskbQbXU8— ------------- (@bwoyblunder) August 13, 2015
Brilliant front page photo today of Rahul Gandhi's speech pointers by The Telegraph's Prem Singh. pic.twitter.com/7qMvUzPmae— Shiv Aroor (@ShivAroor) August 13, 2015
I think some thing is missing in this sheet...like..."I am Rahul Gandhi and I m from congress" pic.twitter.com/HJczqRz4TR— Giriraj Singh (@girirajsinghbjp) August 13, 2015
Rahul Gandhi's cheat sheet reminds me of my College days where i could not speak on a presentation without a cheat sheet.— A. (@akrgsrni) August 13, 2015
Rahul Gandhi's cheat sheet shows how parents force their wards into a career in which they are not interested.— Aarushi J (@_Aarushi_) August 13, 2015