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A Facebook user claims that Rahul Gandhi was intoxicated as he stumbles over his words during a speech at Jaipur, Rajasthan.

Rahul Gandhi's speech uploaded on Youtube by Congress party shows that he was conscious about the words he spoke.

A 6-second-video clip was trimmed from Rahul Gandhi's latest speech at Jaipur. It was shared widely on social media platforms with a caption that he is 'high' again.

On analysing the original video, it was found that Rahul Gandhi made a slight mistake of saying that the youth of India can change not just India, but the nation. He was addressing a rally in Rajasthan. But he corrected his statement at the very moment and said Not the nation, but the world.

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