The BJP on Tuesday, June 23 had a subject working day following an alleged self-goal by Congress social media staff. Amid the ongoing political slugfest more than the Narendra Modi government’s dealing with of the China difficulty, the Congress and the BJP have been attacking every single other on social media. Right after PM Modi’s “no Chinese incursion” remark, the BJP has been playing on the backfoot as “Surender Modi”, a term coined by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for the prime minister, trended on Twitter a several days back.
Nonetheless, the BJP obtained the option to troll the Congress bash on social media and it was a present from Congress. Actually, the Congress celebration had tweeted a statement of its doing the job committee on Twitter. The Hindi caption in the tweet allegedly go through: “Congess kayarsimiti ka bayan”, which roughly interprets to “Congress Coward Committee statement”.
The alleged typo was quickly found by persons, prompting Congress to delete the tweet. Nevertheless, by then persons have taken the screenshot of the tweet and the BJP shared it with its own narrative. “There are situations when even the Congress social gathering speaks the truth of the matter – These people are coward,” the BJP wrote on Twitter.
Not just the BJP, numerous Twitter consumers also took a dig at the Congress party above its typo. Bollywood actor Ranvir Shorey also reacted with a laughing smiley. And soon, a meme fest adopted. Check out some of the reactions under.
Chidambaram might have employed english to hindi converter..
— Anil (@anil4924) June 23, 2020
Only the other working day did Rahul Gandhi spell ‘surrender’ as ‘Surender’. Pata nahi yeh kaise desh chalaayenge, in the quite unlikely and remotest celebration of his getting to be the PM.
— Jyotsna (@PplOfIndia) June 23, 2020
This is just not the initial time this kind of problems have embarrassed the political parties. In just one such incident, the Facebook site of Union Property Ministry lately shared a ‘secret’ occasion picture demonstrating liquor bottles and half-completed ‘chakna’ (treats) together with the photos of aid function being done in West Bengal article-Amphan cyclone. The put up was later on deleted.