No political party or the media has been able to come up with the answer to the question that everyone is tired of asking, “Where is Rahul Gandhi”.
The sudden disappearance could mean two things – either he is REALLY upset about Congress’ loss to BJP in the 2014 General Elections or he is diligently planning to come back hard at the ruling party in the 2019 General Elections.
We wish to rule out the past and the present here and instead focus on the future – the future of India under Congress, once again.
What if Congress wins and Rahul Gandhi becomes India’s next Prime Minister (or let’s crank it up a notch and assume him as a dictator)? Here’s a hypothetical evaluation of how things would be different than they are now under Narendra Modi’s regime –
Italian Would Be One of the Languages Taught in School
Being born to an Italian mother, Rahul is assumed to have emotional attachment to the language. Why not introduce it in Indian schools? Say goodbye to French and German.
MS Word Would Have Italics by Default
All Indians, who use MS Word on regular basis, would have their text style settings as italics. Italics font is fancier than normal text; so, makes sense.
Bomber Jacket Would Become a Style Accessory
Rahul Gandhi incorporated bomber jacket to his everyday style staple, which was a Rajiv Gandhi trademark. Bomber jacket definitely has to be one of the biggest ironies on part of Rajiv Gandhi.
Investment in State-Of-The-Art Technology to Eradicate “Poverty”
Rahul Gandhi would definitely want to eradicate poverty, which he termed as a “state of mind” drawing criticism. His investment in technology would help change people’s mindset making them feel richer every day.
A Road or an Institution Will Be Named After Sonia Gandhi, Finally
No road or institution is named after Rahul Gandhi’s mother Sonia Gandhi. Most of his other family members have that honour. Rahul will make sure his mother gets the respect she deserves.