Ahead of his Lok Sabha address, Maitra’s latest tweet hinted at intensifying opposition attacks against the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Center.
Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Mahua Maitra on Thursday launched a scathing attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ahead of his speech in the Lok Sabha. He hinted that the people of BJP drink cow dung to get power. In this context, the TMC MP said that when he addresses the Lok Sabha, BJP MPs should come after drinking cow dung for contest.
Before addressing the President’s address in the Lok Sabha, he wrote on micro-blogging site Twitter, “I am going to address the President’s address in the Lok Sabha this evening. I just want the BJP’s Heckler party to prepare themselves.
Ahead of his Lok Sabha address, Maitra’s latest tweet hinted at intensifying opposition attacks against the government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Center. Krishnanagar MP from West Bengal has hinted that he will intensify the attack on the central government, which is responding to Rahul Gandhi’s attack from the Parliament session yesterday.
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Maitra is often seen responding to social media trolls who believe these people come from the BJP camp or the opposition parties called IT Cells. Mahua Maitra has caused a lot of controversy by speaking in Parliament. He has maintained the image of a firebrand leader with his sharp speeches in the streets starting from the parliament.
A day earlier, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had launched a scathing attack on the central government on various issues including Sino-Pakistani relations, Pegasus spyware, union of states and farmers’ protests. The Congress leader said the country’s current government had brought China and Pakistan closer together and created a “serious threat” to Indians.
He further added that no foreign guest was invited to India for the Republic Day celebrations. Regarding the Congress leader’s allegations, External Affairs Minister S Jayashankar tweeted in a reply that Rahul Gandhi’s remarks suggest that he should learn some lessons from history.