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Rahul Gandhi's Twitter account was not hacked; he shared the password with me: Anurag Kashyap

01, Dec 2016 By bhasadeswar

Mumbai: Anurag Kashyap, who has been hired by Rahul Gandhi as UP election campaign media manager and coined #QuitBahen as the campaign theme, has revealed that Rahul Gandhi had shared his Twitter account password with him to promote #QuitBahen.

Rahul Gandhi throwing his password and Anurag Kashyap catching it.
Rahul Gandhi throwing his password and Anurag Kashyap catching it.

Anurag Kashyap told in a media interaction that he was using the tested way of promoting something – generating controversy. Anurag told that, “See boss when you are in politics, do as the TRUMPS do. See, suddenly everyone wants to know about the movement called #QuitBahen.”

Anurag did not expect that Rahul Gandhi would chicken out and would not accept that his account was not hacked but his campaign managers used it to generate controversy. Anurag told that if Rahul Gandhi continued to be this way; it would be difficult to be even an “India Wale Partipipant” in Big Boss. He wanted Rahul Gandhi to be the poster boy of his #KehKeLenge campaign.

On media’s insistence, Anurag told that Rahul Gandhi’s twitter account password was – MainPappuNahiHu – which had been changed now.