How do you respond to allegations made through a book. You can drag the accuser to court. Or Make some wild allegations of your own to counter the accuser. Or Write your own book as Sonia Gandhi claims she will to counter her one-time confidant Natwar Singh’s accusations against her. But whether Natwar Singh’s book ‘One life is not enough’ that hits the stores today manages to generate enough sales or not is a point for later discussion, comments on social media seem to suggest there is enough interest. And as expected, the controversy is generating a lot of jokes, cartoons and internet memes. Soon after Sonia Gandhi replied to Natwar Singh's controversial claims by saying that she will come up with a ‘tell-all book’ of her own. Twitterarti took it from there with the hash tag “#SoniaAutobigraphy’. What followed thereafter were a serious of hilarious tweets, some mocking the congress and a small minority backing the party. Manmohan Singh has already written his book: pic.twitter.com/cW6evNuNgd
Manmohan Singh has already written his book: pic.twitter.com/cW6evNuNgd— Kingslayer (@Goddamittt) August 1, 2014
Sonia Gandhi is going to write her own book.August 1, 2014
Satirical news website, the Unreal Ttimes has come out with its own version of Sonia Gandhi’s search for a ghost writer. Well, let’s hope ‘madamji’ takes cue and heeds the wisdom from these tweets.
Before promising to write a book, maybe Sonia Gandhi should aim lower & attempt a blogpost. Or better even, at least a tweet.— IndiaSpeaks (@IndiaSpeaksPR) August 1, 2014