Rahul Gandhi Invents 'Modilie', Here's How Netizens Are Reacting

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In an attempt to attack the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter and said that is a new word that has been inducted into the English dictionary called 'Modilie'.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

In an attempt to attack the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, Congress President Rahul Gandhi took to Twitter and said that is a new word that has been inducted into the English dictionary called 'Modilie'. However, on doing a fact check, seems like Rahul Gandhi's claim is not entirely true. 

READ: Did Rahul Gandhi Lie On 'Modilie'? It's His 'dictionary' Versus The Rest

Meanwhile, the tweet has grabbed the attention of netizens and here's how they are reacting to Congress President's statement on social media. 

On searching about the dictionary, Republic TV found that the dictionary that most resembles Rahul Gandhi's is the well-known Oxford Living Dictionary and it contains no word like Modilie. In contrast, Rahul Gandhi posted a snap of a dictionary called 'English living dictionary' showing that 'Modilie' means a person who constantly modifies truth, one who lies habitually, and one who lies without respite'.

Here is the snap of the Oxford dictionary that shows there no word called 'Modilie'. 

 

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