‘Idiom war’ between Congress and BJP, Prakash Javadekar put ‘counter-shot’ on Rahul Gandhi’s ‘googly’

Rahul Gandhi used idioms to attack the central government (file photo)

New Delhi:

Assembly elections 2021: Before the assembly elections in five states, ‘statement-wise’ is gaining momentum between the two major parties of the country, Congress and BJP. The leaders of both sides are trying to ‘make an edge’ on each other by doing a sharp attack. In this era of social media, accusations are being made on the other side, they are also being attacked through proverbs and idioms. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi (Rahul Gandhi) and BJP leader and Union Minister Prakash Javadekar Between this ‘tweet war’ or in other words, the ‘idiom war’ has been enjoyed by the people and political analysts of the country very recently.

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In a tweet on Thursday, Rahul Gandhi used idioms like ‘Nachna ki nachna’, ‘Becoming a wet girl’ and ‘Khisiani Billi Khamba Noche’ against the central government led by Narendra Modi. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar (Prakash Javadekar) did not take any time to respond to this. He used idioms such as ‘Hundred rats eat cat chali haj ko’ and ‘Finger to be counted’ while responding to Rahul’s tweet in an interesting manner.

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First thing about Rahul Gandhi. Rahul, who has been attacking the central government continuously through his tweet, tweeted on Thursday, some idioms: To put a finger on it – the central government does this with IT Dept-ED-CBI, Becoming a wet cat – Friend the media in front of the central government . Khesiani cat Khamba Noche – like the central government makes the raid on the supporters of the farmer. It was now BJP’s turn to answer, on whose behalf Union Minister Prakash Javadekar took the front. Javadekar wrote in his tweet, Mr. Rahul Gandhi, remember these idioms too. 1. To give Haj to the Haj after eating a hundred rats – Giving knowledge to Congress on #Mediafreedom to curb the freedom of media in emergency. 2. To be counted on the finger – the current state of the Congress and the position in the election.


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