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The News Minute | February 23, 2015 | 3:30 pm IST Ahead of the crucial budget session, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi took "leave of absence" to reflect on a series of electoral defeats and deliberate on the future course of the 130-year-old party, reports suggested on Monday. "Rahul Gandhi has been granted leave of absence for 'aap chintan, aap manthan' (introspection)," a party leader told IANS. The absence of Rahul Gandhi, son of party president Sonia Gandhi, from a crucial budget session assumes greater significance at a time when parliament is likely to witness stiff opposition in view of six ordinances has amused many twitteratis who got cracking. Rahul Gandhi has always been a very favoured discussion and #RahulonLeave trending on twitter. Here are some of the best of them. Why isn't #RahulGandhi trending yet... #RahulOnLeave ...as If he was present all this while.. — Ashish Pareek (@Kaliajackk) February 23, 2015 I wish I too could play 'pretend-politician' and when I get bored of not working, take a leave #RahulOnLeave #luckyguy — Amaia (@ScoopskiPotatoe) February 23, 2015 Son: Mom, I need some leave from work Mom: Sure. Go ahead. Take the year off. Son: Yipee! #MomAsBossIsBest — Saikat Datta (@saikatd) February 23, 2015 VP Son applies for leave, President Mom approves. Clearly this a public funded private limited company. #RahulOnLeave perpetually. — मनुभाई सिंगापूरी (@manu_bajaj) February 23, 2015 Dad, I have failed in all subjects but can I give my friends a party & later go to Thailand to relax?#RahulOnLeave — ૐ मन की बात ૐ (@irockordoi) February 23, 2015 Same guy?? #RahulOnLeave pic.twitter.com/xezL1VkW6H — Sameer verma #SEO (@sameer_verma21) February 23, 2015 #RahulOnLeave is not news, #RahulAtWork will be Breaking news of the decade. — RajivSharma (@rajivWORLD) February 23, 2015 When life gives you #Rahul, make it #Dravid, not #Gandhi. #RahulOnLeave #Shameless — SHANTANU SHUKLA (@shantanushukla) February 23, 2015 Tweet Follow @thenewsminute

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