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Congress gets trolled for its poll asking which animal Nehru rode on to visit Bhutan, Twitterati vote for Donkey!
These days nothing seems to make sense if its coming from India's Grand Old Party, the Indian National Congress.

Just like other rival political parties, Congress too heavily banks upon social media these days to spread its message across. However, more often than not, the party gets trolled for its mindless posts which draw flack from internet users. 

Lately the Congress has been organising polls on Twitter under the title #KnowYourLegacy, where social media users are asked questions like: "Under whose administration India saw the highest quarterly GDP growth rate of 11.4%?" The users are given four options to chose from.

But if you think that the Congress has been spot on with this campaign, well, not really!

Today, the Congress' official Twitter handle tweeted a weird poll. Although, the question was not bizarre, one cannot say the same about the options provided as possible answers.

The poll asked: In the absence of motorable roads in Bhutan in 1958, PM Nehru road on an animal to visit the country. What animal was it?

However, the cardinal mistake that Congress made was to provide 'Donkey' as the fourth and last option (others being Horse, Yak and Elephant). And, considering the large presence of BJP's trolls on social media in present times, there are no prizes for guessing who got the maximum votes. The humble donkey has been leading the poll and is soon expected to be declared winner.

The Congress is being massively trolled for its ill-thought poll with the funniest possible replies. Well, as for the conclusion, Congress and logic and not good bed fellows!

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