Rahul Gandhi faces trough questions in Singapore, Congress doctors video, faces flake
Rahul's recent three-day trip to Singapore as a part of the Congress party's efforts to connect with the Indian community abroad is also creating massive controversy back home. During the question and answer round at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, where Rahul was the main guest, an Indian-origin economist and author in Singapore, Prasenjit K Basu, confronted the Congress president about lack of growth of per capita income when his family members were Prime Ministers of India. However, the video is not doctored. It is just that the Congress decided to highlight a "humourous answer" Rahul gave later during the discussion and mentioned Basu in it. The author-economist allege that the Congress is using his image to "falsely advertise" the party president. "Withdraw this false video, or prepare for prosecution in Singapore's courts!", tweeted Basu.