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Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

It is certainly impossible to find a person who has not committed a single mistake throughout her/his life. We all make mistakes and regret them. However, learning from mistakes is the best quality one can develop. Mistakes have the power to transform a person into something better than before. 

However, there are some persons who inadvertently commit the same mistake repeatedly. Apart from appearing stupid, people make fun of them and humiliate them. And when the mistake is made by a public figure and the mistake is big, people don't leave the chance to humiliate and troll them. Moreover, nowadays, such mistakes trigger meme fest on social media.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has multiple times triggered such meme fest on social media with his statements with errors. Recently, the Congress leader inadvertently prompted such a reaction while addressing the mass in Delhi's Ramleela Maidan.

While addressing the public, he said, "I have data, the price of LPG cylinder in 2014 was Rs 410. Now the price has risen to Rs 1050. Petrol was Rs 70 per litre, now the price is Rs 100 per litre. Mustard oil was Rs 90 and now it is Rs 200. Milk was Rs 35, now it is Rs 60."

He continued his speech, "Atta (Wheat flour) was Rs 22 per litre and now it is Rs 40 per litre."

Well, after realising his mistake, Rahul rectified litre to Kg (kilogram) immediately. 

However, netizens didn't spare Rahul Gandhi and trolled him heavily on different social media platforms.

Just days after, Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan made a similar mistake while addressing a public rally. 

"The price of Atta has doubled now. During our tenure, the price of 1 Kg Atta was Rs 50. But, now, the price in Karachi has gone over Rs 100 per litre," Khan spoke in his speech.

Well, apart from trolling the former Pak PM, netizens have started a trolling campaign in which they have massively shared pictures and videos of Imran and Rahul together. 

While some said both of them have the same writer, some others said, the duo is related. 

Though the big political leaders inadvertently committed a mistake, netizens seemed to be quite rude and have been massively circulating both videos.
 

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