What Rahul Gandhi does has always been a talking point in social media. Be it his act of standing in a queue at an ATM, getting detained in a police station for protesting or taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Parliament. But on Wednesday evening #RahulGandhi trended on Twitter for a reason he himself didn't know of for a while.
Ironically, on World Computer Security Day, some hacker decided it would be fun to hack the official account of Rahul Gandhi. And all hell broke loose, with #RaGaHacked and #Hacked became the key words of the evening.
Here's an account of what exactly happened and the tweets that were posted from that account: Hackers take over Rahul Gandhi's Twitter space
While it was being condemned by many Congress leaders, here are reactions from the Twitterati--
Who says that #RahulGandhi account has been hacked ? He has just taken control of his account !— Manoj Sharma (@manojsharma3339) November 30, 2016
ALL politicians should talk like this all the time, this country will rule earth in 50 days.— Rohan (@mojorojo) November 30, 2016