Indian Pup Pidi Gandhi Takes Over His Dad’s Political Twitter Accoun

Lori Ennis
by Lori Ennis
Headline grabbing pets are all the rage these days, and Pidi, the dog of India’s Congress Party Leader Rahul Gandhi is the latest to steal the hearts of his countrymen!

India’s Congress Party Leader Rahul Gandhi has recently been accused of being, well…a bit stoic in his social media posts. Commenters have made mention of his lack of personality or warmth, and it seems like his sweet pup Pidi wants to set the record straight.

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Pidi ‘took over’ his human’s account recently, claiming he was going to redo Gandhi’s image, and it seems that in doing so, Pidi is taking some pretty witty shots at the government as well.

Pidi’s tweets have started somewhat of an uproar on both sides, as his sarcasm shows and people either love it or find it extremely unprofessional and uncalled for. For the official record, I love it!

In response to allegations that Gandhi has been using bots to tweet, Pidi comes clean and tells the world that it’s him who is making the tweets for Gandhi, and that he is capable of both tweets and treats!

Ppl been asking who tweets for this guy..I'm coming's me..Pidi..I'm way 😎 than him. Look what I can do with a tweet..oops..treat!

— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) October 29, 2017

Pidi and his tweets are trending, and it looks like he even may be letting some power go to his head, though rumors of a doggie coup are not confirmed!

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That said, some counter parties are spoofing Pidi accounts, and criticizing Pidi’s very party, and we’ve heard reports that Pidi is not very happy about those!

Dont we look like twins? is so cute when he keeps his mouth shut. And.. Namaste 🙏

— Pidi Gandhi (@PidiGandu) October 30, 2017

Still, he has thousands of retweets, maintaining his status as a very good boy, and we think the future looks pretty bright with him at the helm!

Haters gonna say it's photoshopped but it was Pidi's grandfather Chidi who helped Rahul's grandmother in winning war in 1971.

— Bhaad me Jaa.. (@iAbhishek_J) October 31, 2017

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