Rahul Gandhi’s three-day visit to Tamil Nadu is proving why the Congress leader is not taken seriously among the nation’s public, leave alone in the power corridors of the country. In a mindboggling speech delivered by the Gandhi prince and to-be Congress president in Tamil Nadu’s Erode, he remarked that the true strength of India lay in its labourers, weavers and farmers. That is precisely where sanity takes a turn and runs miles away from Rahul Gandhi, as he continues saying that China would not dare enter India if the country’s workers were strengthened.
Rahul Gandhi delivered the speech in English, which is why a translator called Muhammed Imran was roped in for interpreting the former Congress President’s speech into Tamil. Now, as per reports, the 35-year-old translator fell unconscious and collapsed soon after translating the mind-numbing speech of Rahul Gandhi. The translator fainted at the venue itself and has been rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment following exposure to Gandhi’s lethal rhetoric wherein he connects India’s labourers, farmers and weavers with China and its army.
“If India’s labourers, farmers and weavers were strong, protected and given opportunities, China would never dare to come inside India,” Rahul said in Erode.”You (the government) are using the Indian army, navy and air force to protect India from China. If you use India’s labourers, farmers and workers, you will not need the army, air force and navy to be standing over there. China will not have the guts to come inside,” the unparalleled genius added.
Rahul Gandhi also falsely claimed that thousands of PLA personnel were sitting in sovereign Indian territory, and said, “As we speak today, thousands of Chinese troops are occupying our territory and the man with a 56-inch chest cannot even say the word China. That is the reality of our country.”
Earlier, during a roadshow in Coimbatore, Rahul Gandhi on Saturday left his translator baffled, while attempting to fan sentiments of Tamilian sub-nationalism as somehow a parallel to patriotism for India. He said, “If we say Tamil Nadu is India, then we have to say India is Tamil Nadu. It cannot be that we say that Tamil Nadu is India, but India is not Tamil Nadu”. However, soon after Rahul said the latter half of the statement, his translator wore a confused look as he helplessly turned to him with the hope of receiving some clarification.
Clearly, the latest translator of Rahul Gandhi in Erode simply could not comprehend such sophisticated thoughts, which is why he collapsed after hearing the Gandhi prince say that India would not need armed forces if its workers were strengthened by the Modi government.