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Digvijaya Singh Goofs up on Twitter Again With 'Rahul's Cabinet'

Digvijaya's earlier tweet read, "Rajkumari Ratna Singh ex MP is the daughter of Raja Dinesh Singh ji who was a Cabinet Minister in Indira Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi Cabinet."

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Updated:March 28, 2017, 11:47 PM IST
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Digvijaya Singh Goofs up on Twitter Again With 'Rahul's Cabinet'
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New Delhi: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Tuesday committed yet another blooper on social media by tweeting about former MP Ratna Singh, describing her as daughter of a minister in "Rahul Gandhi's Cabinet".

He later deleted the tweet and tried to correct it replacing "Rahul Gandhi" with "Rajeev Gandhi", but was again trolled for his faux pas and evoked the ire of the Twitterati for misspelling the former PMs name.

Digvijaya's earlier tweet read, "Rajkumari Ratna Singh ex MP is the daughter of Raja Dinesh Singh ji who was a Cabinet Minister in Indira Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi Cabinet."

His corrected tweet that received a number of replies from users said, "Rajkumari Ratna Singh ex MP is the daughter of Raja Dinesh Singh ji who was a Cabinet Minister in Indira Gandhi and Rajeev Gandhi Cabinet".

While receiving some harsh words and brickbats, one of the responses read, "Rahuls Cabinet tweet was much better, You would have received many RTs and replies along with news articles".

This is not the first time the Congress general secretary has goofed up on Twitter. He had earlier referred to al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden as "Osamaji" and LeT chief Hafiz Saeed as "saheb".

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| Edited by: Nakshab Khan
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