While PM Modi’s ambitious Start-Up India initiative was underway on Saturday, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was at Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) in Mumbai interacting with management students. Gandhi made a big blunder during his speech at NMIMS, when he asked the young students to become “Steve Jobs of Microsoft.”
It is a bit disappointing that India’s Prime Ministerial candidate who has been vocal about technology and IT sector doesn’t know that Steve Jobs was founder of Apple, whereas Microsoft was founded by Bill Gates.
Soon after his comments, it didn’t take long for the outburst on social media with a part of his speech video going viral. Watch the part of Rahul Gandhi’s speech in the YouTube video embedded below and some hilarious tweets too.
— Nisha Intolerant (@nishashah88) January 18, 2016
— Kiran Kumar S (@KiranKS) January 17, 2016
Who said that Alia Bhatt has lowest IQ and poorest general knowledge?? Steve Jobs of Microsoft #pappuquotes
— Shaifali Malukani (@sp_malukani) January 17, 2016
— JAY (@YesIamSaffron) January 17, 2016
#PappuQuotes Congress: Rahul is back. Media: TRP is back. People of India: Entertainment is back
— DeeJITH (@DeejithH) January 16, 2016
Pappu can’t grow up Pappu can’t handle political party Pappu can’t deliver proper speech Pappu can’t dance sala Don’t be Pappu #PappuQuotes
— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) January 16, 2016