New Delhi: Keeping up with the age and the tradition, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who has often been criticised for not joining social networking websites, has made his debut in Twitter. A Twitter account called ‘OfficeOfRG’ made its debut Wednesday evening. However, an official announcement is yet to be made by Rahul’s office in this regard.
The account has already got more than 11,000 followers, and among them is the official Twitter account of the National Students Union of India (NSUI).Rahul returned to Delhi after a 57-day sabbatical, which included a course in vipassana or meditation.
Ever since Rahul returned, he has tried to corner the Narendra Modi-led government over Land Acquisition Bill, farmers’ suicides and Real Estate Bill issues. In a move aimed at mounting pressure on the government over the agrarian crisis, the Gandhi scion recently visited Punjab and Maharashtra to interact with farmers about the problems. After his visits to Punjab and Maharashtra, Rahul is likely to undertake a two-day tour of Telangana this month with focus on the issue of farmers’ suicid