Rahul Gandhi Plays Cricket at Haryana’s KLP College in Rewari, Twitterati Finds New No. 4 Batsman For Team India in Former Congress President!
Rahul Gandhi Plays Cricket (Photo Credits: Twitter/ ANI)

After Rahul Gandhi played cricket with students of Rewari's KLP College on Friday, many Twitterati responded over the former Congress President's viral video. Many Twitterati praised his batting skills. However, also saying that the Congress leader can be the new no.4 middle-order batsman for Team India. Gandhi, who landed in Haryana’s KLP College after his chopper made an emergency landing at the spot due to bad weather, was seen playing some nice shots with the bat in the video. Many Twitter users also took a dig at him saying that he can be a good player for Italy cricket and the future of Italy cricket looks good. Rahul Gandhi Plays Cricket With Local Boys in Rewari After His Chopper Makes Emergency Landing; Watch Video. 

Gandhi’s video was shared by ANI on their official Twitter handle. In the video, Gandhi can be seen playing with just one stump. Some Twitterati also took a dig over the same. “#WATCH Congress leader Rahul Gandhi plays cricket with local boys in Rewari after his chopper made an emergency landing at KLP College earlier today, due to bad weather while returning to Delhi from Mahendragarh after addressing an election rally. #Haryana”, ANI had mentioned along with the video. Have a look at Twitterati’s response on the video below.

Cricketer Rahul Gandhi!

Well Played!

Cricket in Congress!

Rahul Plays!

No.4 Batsman Rahul!

Gandhi was heading towards the national capital New Delhi when the emergency landing had to be taken. He was returning after addressing an election rally in Mahendragarh district of Haryana. Later, the Congress leader took the road route to complete his visit to Delhi.

Meanwhile, state elections in Haryana are slated to be held in a single-phase on October 21. Results will be declared on October 24. In the last elections held in 2014, the BJP had succeeded in forming its first-ever government in Haryana. BJP had won 47 out of the 90 assembly constituencies.