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He doesn’t know what Indian flag looks like? After voting, Robert Vadra posts inked selfie with Paraguay flag

Casting vote is one of the happiest moment for the Indians. Since past few assembly and Lok Sabha elections, several people were seen taking picture of their inked fingers and posting it on their social networking sites. Rahul Gandhi’s brother-in-law Robert Vadra too tried such kind of act, but had to face embarrassment.

It so happened that after casting the vote, Robert Vadra took to Twitter stating “Our right our strength!! Everyone must step out and vote … we need all support, to create a combined future for our loved ones, n for a secular, safe, productive future for our country”.

Until then everything was fine but things became worse when Robert Vadra ended the tweet by posting the flag of Paraguay. Yes, instead of Indian flag, brother-in-law of Rahul Gandhi posted Paraguayan flag.

This raised a question whether the man who enjoyed several government facilities for years under UPA regime, didn’t know how the Indian flag looked like? Hilarious thing is that his wife Priyanka Gandhi is the Congress General Secretary.

By the time Robert Vadra had came to know how the Indian flag looked like, his tweet had garnered 128 retweets and 868 people had liked it. An Indian slammed Robert Vadra stating “Doesn’t even know what India flag looks like and he is talking about building the future of India. The entire family is Pappu” on Twitter.

After deleting the tweet, Robert Vadra posted a fresh message saying “Our right our strength!! Everyone must step out and vote. We need all support, to create a combined future for our loved ones, and for a secular, safe, productive future for our country”. But with Indian flag, this time.

Earlier, Robert Vadra has expressed his wish to enter politics ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, but later on his wife Priyanka Vadra Gandhi was given a chance. Later, like her brother, she too proved to be a liability.

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