In a meeting of the Congress Working Committee today, Rahul Gandhi offered his resignation from the post of Party President following the Lok Sabha election debacle and the drastic loss to Congress under Rahul’s leadership. To everyone’s surprise, before Congress could even reject the resignation letter, the party office received a copyright infringement case against Rahul Gandhi for brazenly plagiarising the letter off the internet.
As soon as Rahul Gandhi offered his resignation, Rajesh Gupta who happens to be a school teacher filed a copyright infringement case on the Gandhi scion for copy-pasting a letter he wrote in the past. The letter in question was penned down by Rajesh as a part of his school curriculum only to teach them on how to write a letter for leave application. The funny part is that while copying the letter, Rahul Gandhi even went on to copy the name written in the original letter.
This is not news for social media users who have in the past caught Rahul Gandhi copying a condolence message off the internet. After receiving the copyright violation case and to avoid further embarrassment to the party, in a hurry, the Congress Working Committee rejected the resignation letter.
“No Rahul Ji did not copy anything. Some are claiming that the resignation letter was not lifted off from Rajesh Gupta’s leave application letter and in fact, was a condolence message for the Congress party owing to its recent decimation in the hands of Rahul Gandhi. The committee is currently investigating,” clarified Surjewala.