With the entry of Sachin Pilot in Rajasthan politics, life has been hard on Mr. Ashok Gehlot. Congress’s poster boy Pilot has conveniently replaced the former chief minister of Rajasthan in his territory. For the ex Rajasthan chief minister, it was all downhill from there. The Congress high command shipped him to Gujarat, away from Rajasthan. Nevertheless, it seems that the newly appointed Gujarat Congress general secretary can’t refrain himself from commenting on Rajasthan affairs, even if his opinions are not welcomed.
He has an old habit of questioning Raje government outside the House, preferably on social networks. Today, he targeted the government on implementation of Bhamashah scheme but ended up committing a silly mistake.
Nonetheless, the Twitterati were too quick to point his poor English. Here’s how the netizens trolled the former chief minister for his bad vocabulary.
- Grammar Nazi Spotted!
— Poonam Rathore (@poonamrathore95) August 10, 2017
- Even Chanakya Did Better than Gehlot!
What’s wrong with this person’s language. Time to hire a new Twitter Team for all the nagging @ashokgehlot51.
— एक सच्चा देश भक्त (@ramgopal1634) August 10, 2017
- Convenience or Conveyance?
— Hanuman Singh (@hanumansingh154) August 10, 2017
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- Gehlot may just as well take the Test!
— Barkha Chauhan (@barkhachauhan16) August 10, 2017
- The Education Standards have definitely Improved in Raje’s tenure.
Congress is in comatose for all good reasons! At least school children spared from learning wrong spellings of English words @ashokgehlot51
— Deepti Yadav (@deeptiyadav1740) August 10, 2017
- Sorry for the Inconvenience Caused!
- Why not write in Hindi, after all, it’s our mother tongue?
अंग्रेजी नहीं आती तो क्यों लिखते हो? हिंदी में ही लिख लो। या वो भी नहीं आती गेहलोत साहब?
— Om Choudhary (@omchoudhary687) August 10, 2017
If ex-Rajasthan CM hadn’t been too excited to blame the current government, perhaps he would’ve checked his Tweet for grammatical errors. He needs to hire a new IT team for his nagging now. He can always turn to Congress MP Shashi Tharoor for grandiloquent talks. He might add a word or two to Mr. Gehlot’s dictionary.
— Truth Speaks (@jyotisharma5167) August 10, 2017