Rahul Gandhi’s name nominated for Guinness Book of record?

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Today we have an very interesting topic regarding the vice-president of congress party Mr. Rahul Gandhi.

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In what seems to be a completely unique distinction for the Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi, a student from Madhya Pradesh’s Hoshangabad has approached the Guinness Book of World Records to include his name for losing a record 27 elections.

As reported by The Financial Express, Vishal Diwan, a student of an engineering college mentioned the Congress VP’s 27 election losses as the basis to include Rahul’s name in the world records book.

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After the Congress’ monumental defeat in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Goa Assembly Elections 2017, some of the senior party members questioned his ability and called for structural changes in the party.

According to Zee News, Diwan has written to the Guinness Book of World Records, paid the enrollment fee and received acceptance of the same, however, the Guinness Book of World Records has not confirmed if his request will be approved.

Gandhi also led the party campaign in the 2014 General Assembly Elections in which the Congress was ousted from the Centre after ruling for 10 years. BJP swiped across the nation with 282 seats out of 543 while the Congress only manages a paltry 44 seats.

Let’s see what happent but the multiple defeats of congress party in elections under the charge of rahul gandhi will decrease his brand image along with his confidance as well as his pride,  being mocked by an engineering student must really sting.

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