Indian Prime Minister banned Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes in the country on 8th November 2016. He urged people to support his decision till 30th December 2016 and help government in fighting against corruption.
On 13th November, PM Modi was addressing people during the inauguration of two project in Goa. He added, “People who were involved in the 2G spectrum and Coal scam are standing in the row to exchange 500-1000 rupee notes. He targeted Rahul Gnadhi without using his name in the statement.
But, Aam Aadmi Party’s representative Mr. Sanjay Singh lost his senses and posted a crying Indian common man’s picture on his twitter account with heading “देखिये मोदी जी ये 2G का आरोपी अपनी गाढ़ी कमाई का पैसा बदलने के लिये भटक रहा है।”.
Check his tweet below: –
देखिये मोदी जी ये 2G का आरोपी अपनी गाढ़ी कमाई का पैसा बदलने के लिये भटक रहा है। pic.twitter.com/ciAs5SpStw
— Sanjay Singh AAP (@SanjayAzadSln) November 13, 2016
On one side, AAP party is opposing the government’s decision of banning 500 and 1000 rupee notes while on the other hand they are insulting common man of India.
Who has given right to Aam Aadmi Party to make fun of a poor Indian common man on the name of politics? Please share the news with your friends and raise voice against the cheap politics.