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The “young” man Rahul Gandhi – 100 per cent addicted to corruption – sees other as addicted to drugs

Came across this:

"Rahul Gandhi on Thursday claimed seven out of 10 youths in Punjab have a drug problem" [Source].

This is self-explanatory.

The man who is the MOST USELESS "YOUNG" MAN of India now sees the brave valiant and intelligent youth of Panjab as drug addicts.

I studied for four years in Panjab in my youth, and can assure you there were virtually NO drug addicts in Panjab.

The youth of Panjab are the most dynamic of India. Whether engaged in industry or agriculture, they are the best.

This man Rahul should be fired from his senior "Cabinet" role.

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Sanjeev Sabhlok

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4 thoughts on “The “young” man Rahul Gandhi – 100 per cent addicted to corruption – sees other as addicted to drugs
  1. sidney

    “Striking a chord with the youth, he told them “you have to run this country. You have the power and the knowledge to run it. We want you to come to politics, cleanse it and change it.”

    I suppose this is an admission that politics is corrupt so come join and cleanse it and change it?

    Sanjeev,how did you miss this part of his speech when you have been at the forefront of ways to get rid of corruption in India

  2. Sanjeev Sabhlok


    If Rahul had ANY interest in removing corruption I would have heard YEARS ago from him. My work has been out there for many years now. But even BFN has been out there since 2008.

    Rahul heads the biggest gang of corrupt people in India. He is LYING when he pretends to invite “youth” to cleanse politics. He is untrustworthy.

    I’ve already said many times that the ONLY way Rahul can demonstrate a commitment to removal of corruption is by RESIGNING from Congress and burning all his links with the Congress (and giving away his unearned wealth). Let him start on a clean slate. Else let him expect to be opposed by people like me.


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