Congress president Rahul Gandhi’s Europe sojourn was a disaster, at least on social media. First, a picture of him checking out the menu at a fast food joint was trolled on Twitter because it was posted just hours after Congress veteran Gurudas Kamat passed away. Then, the BJP retweeted another post that carried a four-photo montage of Rahul’s moods in Berlin, drawing laughs online. The head of the party’s media cell, Divya Spandana, was ticked off by both Rahul and Sam Pitroda, head of the party’s overseas wing. Pitroda wanted the posts deleted but Rahul thought it would give the BJP more Twitter fodder. Divya herself was miffed because Pitroda made her hold the microphone during Rahul’s public interaction. Last heard, a cold war is brewing between her and Nikhil Alva, Rahul’s own social media gatekeeper.