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Shashi Tharoor’s Jibe At PM Modi Fails Miserably, Twitterati Taught Him A Good Lesson

Updated on 26 February, 2019 at 6:12 pm By

Can Narendra Modi return to power? It has been a million dollar question that is consistently puzzling the political circles as well as the general public alike. The recent emergence of Congress (which appeared to be lost in the political wilderness over the past few years) in three Hindi heartland states, shows that the BJP has a lot to be worried about the changing equations in the corridors of power. No doubt that the BJP’s trump card for the upcoming elections would be PM Modi’s appeal as a diligent and incorruptible son-of-a-tea-seller who strives to make India a more powerful country.


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Despite his mass appeal, in the run up for 2019 elections, the Opposition has maintained a consistent pace in attacking PM Modi from all corners. One such area is PM Modi’s electoral promise of ushering in “acche din” (good days).

 

 

Recently in an article, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor took an aim at PM Modi, and said:

“The story of the last four years is one of missed opportunities and dashed hopes, of waiting for achhe din that never came, of seeing expectations raised to the heights by lofty rhetoric.”

This time The Congress leader took to Twitter and took a jibe at the trailer of The Accidental Prime Minister, which features Anupam Kher as Manmohan Singh. Not surprisingly, the BJP has lauded the trailer of the upcoming movie and said it is a “riveting tale of how a family held the country to ransom for 10 long years.” Here is what Tharoor wrote:

Here is his another tweet in which he said that Modi will not be the prime minister in 2019:

 

Tharoor has also claimed that there is growing frustration among NDA members with the “one-man show” at the Centre. He also said it was a “telling sign” that some friends of the BJP were beginning to “desert the sinking ship”.

 

 

However, Twitterati disapproved of Tharoor’s comments and trolled him instead:

 



 


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Just before the 2019 elections, the BJP lost its two key allies — Chandrababu Naidu’s Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and Upendra Kushwaha’s Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP). Even Shiv Sena has stepped up its attack on the prime minister, and said that his claims of creating more jobs have been “proved completely hollow” by the Centre for Monitoring of Indian Economy (CMIE).

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