Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi at the Nepal embassy in May. This photo, too, was mocked at by Twitterati.Twitter

The Parliament session on Wednesday, the penultimate of the disastrous monsoon session, was nothing short of entertaining, as political big-wigs such as Sushma Swaraj, Rahul Gandhi, and Arun Jaitley among others resorted to fiery speeches, personal jibes and forthright accusations. 

The Congress attacked External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj over her 'humanitarian' aid to Lalit Modi, while the latter laid bare the inglorious cases of 'quid pro quo' in the Gandhi family. 

There were snark jibes, with Sushma telling Rahul to ask 'Mummy' why 'Daddy' let off Warren Anderson (of Union Carbide) and Ottavio Quattrocchi (Bofors scandal), while the Gandhi scion accused Swaraj of 'taking money' from Lalit Modi and even made the 'three monkeys' reference at Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

The high-charged adjournment motion was the talking point on Twitter, but what has caught the attention of many Twitterati is the picture of Rahul Gandhi's purported 'cheat sheet' that has been doing the rounds on the Internet. 

The photo of the sheet was published by The Telegraph (India), which shows the very points Gandhi made in his fiery speech on Wednesday. 

The points seen in the sheet are  "Log PM Modi ko sunna chahte hai, woh unki rai janna chahte hai, Modigate par, Vyapam par" and "3 monkeys of Gandhi ji".

The photo soon became viral on twitter, with Gandhi becoming the butt of jokes yet again, not long after he was mocked for referring to his mobile phone while writing a note at the Nepal embassy in Delhi in May. 

Twitterati trolled Rahul Gandhi yet again, and here are some reactions on his 'cheat sheet':