New Delhi: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Sunday confronted a barrage of criticism from BJP and its allies after he misspelt ‘surrender’ phrase as ‘surender’ in his tweet, referred to as the Prime Minister “Surender Modi”.
Following Rahul Gandhi’s tweet that learn “Narendra Modi is actually Surender Modi”, former Congressmen and Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma stated his “exasperation” had made him commit the (spelling) mistake. “Surrendering has been the hallmark of the Gandhi-Nehru family,” the BJP chief stated in reference to the 1962 India-China battle.
BJP ally Shiromani Akali Dal’s chief Manjinder Singh Sirsa additionally hit again, calling him ‘Chinese Gandhi’.
BJP’s social media chief Amit Malviya resurrected the Bofors rip-off to embarrass Gandhi. “He earlier tried to salvage his father’s Bofors legacy by questioning the Rafale deal,” remarked Malviya.
He stated that the fixed assault on Modi by Rahul Gandhi was nothing however “an effort to whitewash the sins of Nehru”, alleging it was impartial India’s first Prime Minister and Gandhi’s nice-grandfather who ceded a chunk of Indian territory to China.
A BJP Minister in Karnataka reminded the Congress chief that ‘in Hinduism, ‘Surender’ or ‘Surendra’ refers back to the ‘lord of gods’.