Rahul Gandhi Mocks PM Modi on Instagram by Posting Picture With Modi’s Lookalike Abhinandan Pathak Before Upcoming Assembly Elections 2018
Rahul Gandhi with PM Modi's lookalike Abhinandan Pathak (Photo credits: Instagram)

New Delhi, November 10: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday tried to mock Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) by posing with PM Modi's lookalike Abhinandan Pathak. In his Instagram post, Gandhi posed with Pathak and wrote, “Look who I found campaigning for the Congress party in Chhattisgarh." Previously, Pathak had shot to fame for looking similar to PM Modi and beginning his speech with 'Mitron'. Narendra Modi's Duplicate Abhinandan Pathak Disappointed with BJP.

Pathak, who has been actively campaigning for the Congress in various seats including Dantewada, Bastar, Jagdalpur and Kondagaon, is drawing the attention of people by mimicking like PM Modi and mocking him over his 'good day' promises and depositing 15 lakh to every account after collecting black money. Narendra Modi Lookalike Abhinandan Pathak Switches Over to Congress in Chhattisgarh, Says ‘Achche Din’ Won’t Come.


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Look who I found campaigning for the Congress party in Chhattisgarh 😎 #chhattisgarh #modi #election #congress #india

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Earlier while speaking to PTI he told, "Since I look like Modiji, people will always ask me where are the 'acche din' (good days), as promised by Modiji ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha election. Hurt by seeing problems of the common man, I left the BJP's ally to join Congress last month."

While Rahul Gandhi on Saturday alleged that PM Modi had waived loans worth Rs 3.5 crore of 15 industrialists during his tenure. He made this comment during the last day of campaigning in Chattisgarh. He further said that he wanted Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to become agricultural centres in the next five years and provide supplies of vegetables and food to the country. Meanwhile, the Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls will be held on November 28 and the result will be declared on December 11.