Rahul Gandhi trolled over his congratulatory message for Team India

Rahul Gandhi trolled over his congratulatory message for Team India

Twitter users claimed that the win was registered during the time of Narendra Modi's government.

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi. (Photo by Manoj Verma/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Wishes have been pouring in from all the corners of the world after team India registered the first series win in Australia. They defeated the home side by a 2-1 scoreline in the four-match Test series to clinch the title. Congress chief Rahul Gandhi was also among those who congratulated the team after the win.

India toured Australia for 71 years before this. But, not for once did they manage to win a series. The best that the team could manage was leveling a series. But, 2019 witnessed the dawn of a new era. Virat Kohli and his men created history by defeating a relatively weak Australian side in the absence of Steve Smith and David Warner.

The victory registered during Modi’s ‘Acche Din’

Rahul Gandhi, who is currently busy with the winter sessions of the Parliament took some time out of his busy ‘Rafale’ schedule to wish the team. He congratulated the team and the skipper Virat Kohli for the great show Down Under. Gandhi went on to write that the boys made the entire nation proud and signed off with a ‘well done’. Three pictures during the victory celebrations were also shared by him.

“Congratulations to #TeamIndia and Captain @imVkohli on the series win in Australia. You make us all proud. Well done!”, Rahul wrote in his tweet.

However, the social media warriors and the trollers didn’t leave even this opportunity to troll him. Twitter users claimed that the win was registered during the time of Narendra Modi’s government. One of the users also went on to say that this has never happened in all these years of Congress rule. Also, some of the users lashed out at Rahul for the late tweet.

Here is how the keyboard warriors reacted:

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