Internet Trolls Compare Rahul Gandhi to Mr Bean As Photo of His Tractor Rally Goes Viral
On Sunday, to protest against the Centre’s recently enacted agriculture laws, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had a tractor rally in Punjab. But seem like it has backfired as his rally has been picked up by troll and is comparing his rally to that of Mr Bean.
Gandhi arrived in Moga for holding tractor rallies across Punjab from October 4 till 6.
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Internet Trolls Compare Rahul Gandhi to Mr Bean As Tractor Rally Goes Viral
The rallies, which have been named ‘Kheti Bachao Yatra’ saw support from ministers and farmers. The rally would cover more than 50 km, spread over three days in various districts and constituencies.
Gandhi was photographed on a customised tractor with a make-shift sofa seat to give him a ride during his rally.
In no time, trolls took notice of the pic and compared Gandhi’s “unusual” seating arrangement on the tractor to the scene from popular British sitcom Mr Bean wherein Rowan Atkinson, who portrayed Mr Bean character, comically drives his car through the town while sitting atop of it on a sofa.
Calling Mr Bean a “better actor”, Gandhi’s photo soon went viral on microblogging site Twitter.
Meanwhile, Gandhi is said to visit Haryana on October 6 and 7 to continue the tractor rallies. On the first day, his rally will enter Pehowa in Haryana from Punjab border. In Pehowa, he will address the people, state Congress president Kumari Selja said.
After this, Rahul Gandhi will go to Kurukshetra and halt there for the night. His journey will start from Pipli Mandi next morning from where he will proceed to Nilokheri and after that he will go to Karnal, where the tractor rally will culminate, she said. Selja said Rahul Gandhi and other Congress leaders have been raising the issues of farmers, workers and common people.