Rahul Gandhi has slandered a billion Indians using flaky Thomson Reuters Foundation survey

“India leads Afghanistan, Syria and Saudi Arabia in rape and violence against women.” This statement may seem absurd to any rational person. However, Congress president Rahul Gandhi believes this to be true.
He knows about the complaints made by a female member of the Congress party’s student body NSUI, who raised her voice against the NSUI president for demanding sexual favours in lieu of political posts.
The usually Twitter-happy Congress president did not speak a word about this incident. Was it because disrespect of women is so common and rampant in his party that he doesn’t think it is unacceptable?
He has grown up seeing cases such as the infamous ‘Tandoor case’ related to a Youth Congress president that might make him think that all of India is like the Congress party. But thankfully, India is not the Congress party.
The Congress president has acquired a habit of spreading absolute lies through his Twitter handle. On 26 June, he tweeted a report that quoted a poll to claim India is the most dangerous country for women. This poll called ‘The World’s Most Dangerous Countries for Women 2018’ was conducted by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
When someone makes a claim about my country, especially such a damning one, my natural reaction would be to be extremely concerned and begin to analyse their claims. Clearly, Gandhi has no such compunctions about portraying more than a billion Indians as the worst in the world when it comes to treating women. He did not even think the methodology of this poll that calls India the most dangerous place for women warrants a closer look. He spreads false rumours blatantly, and on social media platforms, for the world to see and judge!Right in the beginning of their methodology page, they say, “The Thomson Reuters Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Thomson Reuters, the world’s largest news and information provider, conducted a global perception poll of experts in women’s issues to highlight the most dangerous countries for women.”
They further add, “We contacted 548 experts focused on women’s issues including aid and development professionals, academics, health workers, policymakers, non-government organisation workers, journalists, and social commentators.”