Rahul Gandhi jabs PM Modi on teleprompter malfunction

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the World Economic Forum’s Davos Agenda summit online on the first day of the five-day event on Monday, joining a host of other global leaders who will share their visions for the state of the world in 2022. The teleprompter malfunction occurred during his address and that made PM Modi stuck and he had to stop midway while talking. The incident took place and continued to trend on Twitter.

On the same incident Rahul Gandhi tweeted “Even the teleprompter could not take so many lies.”

Twitter netizens didn’t stay back to tweet some hilarious memes on PM Modi’s situation

PM Modi in his speech at the five-day online ‘Davos Agenda’ summit said India saved many lives by supplying essential medicines and vaccines during pandemic. He also told world leaders it is the best time to invest in India, as he explained various steps the country has taken to make it the “most attractive” investment destination in the world.”India offers a ‘bouquet of hope’ to the world. It includes our trust in democracy; it includes our technology, our temperament, and talent,” he said.