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Friday, 28 December 2012

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Nitin Gadkari compares Bilawal Bhutto Zardari with Rahul Gandhi, draws flak from Congress Party

Sticking to his core habit, BJP President compared Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari's son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari with Rahul Gandhi resulting into drawing condemnation from the Congress leaders.

"I think it doesn't matter for opposition parties in Pakistan whether Bilawal Bhutto Zardari enters into politics or not. Because even if the IQ of both Bilawal and Rahul Gandhi may be different, both have no impact on the politics in their respective countries," said Nitin Gadkari in a statement made to Press.

He was answering the question that Bilawal Bhutto's entry would make any difference to the Pakistani politics. Earlier, Gadkari drew criticisms on comparing Dawood's IQ with Swami Vivekananda.

When asked Gadkari elaborated the theory, he said "It is possible that Bilawal Bhutto may have better IQ compared to Rahul Gandhi. But it matters how he chooses the path and even with better IQ if he chooses path of self party destruction, then he wouldn't matter for the country and opposition parties as like with Rahul Gandhi."

However, the statement wasn't well taken by Congress Party leaders and asked Gadkari that how many of his drivers are really compatible to compete Rahul Gandhi in elections.

"It is possible that Gadkari's drivers may be director on his companies. But are they able to fight with Rahulji. Is Gadkari's IQ level is higher than his driver? Gadkari should answer these questions first before making such stupid comments," said Digvijay Singh.

When India Satire correspondent tried to get the reaction from Bilawal Bhutto, he asked Asif Ali Zardari that who is Nitin Gadkari and kept the question on hold.

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