He asked to enlist Rahul Gandhi's name for losing nearly 27 elections.
Vishal Diwan, a student of an engineering college mentioned the Congress VP's 27 election losses as the basis to include Rahul's name in the world records book.
According to Zee News, Diwan has written to the Guinness Book of World Records, paid the enrollment fee and received acceptance of the same, however, the Guinness Book of World Records has not confirmed if his request will be approved.
Martin McGuinness the former deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland has died
A teetotal, non-smoker who enjoyed Gaelic football, cricket and fishing, he said he left the IRA in 1974. He was elected Mid Ulster MP in 1997 and held the seat until he stepped down in December 2012.
Though, these failure facts could let Rahul enter the record books but still, let the authorities take the final call!
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, who always remain in headlines be it for his hilarious remarks or for getting trolled on social media for his public speeches, is once again in the limelight and this time the reason can be termed as an epic one.
Asked if chances of Mr. Gandhi taking over as party president had diminished after the recent Assembly elections in five States, Mr. Narayanasamy said: "All of us want him to be president and it should happen at the earliest". The party won seven out of 105 seats it contested in Uttar Pradesh Assembly Elections. Punjab was the only state the where Congress formed a government. A few days back, Rahul Gandhi went overseas to join his mother and party president Sonia Gandhi, who is outside the country for the health checkup.