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NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday was roundly slammed on social media, after its youth wing made a derogatory and personal attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s beginnings as a tea vendor.
A meme tweeted by ‘Yuva Desh,’ the official handle of Indian Youth Congress’s online magazine, shows PM Modi, US President Donald Trump and UK PM Theresa May standing together, deep in conversation.
Modi is seen asking the two world leaders whether they have seen the memes of him put out by the opposition. He mispronounces the word ‘meme’ – actually pronounced ‘meem’ – instead, referring to it as ‘me-me.’
Trump is seen correcting him, while May tells him to ‘sell tea.’
The tweet did not go down well with many, politicians and others alike. Some reacted with indignation and annoyance, while others made fun of the Congress.
Gujarat chief minister and BJP leader Vijay Rupani hit out at the “anti-poor” tweet, demanding to know if “Crown Prince” Rahul Gandhi suppported what was written.
Former J&K CM Omar Abdullah called the tweet “political suicide.”
Faced with backlash from all sides, Congress leader Randeep Surjewala condemned the tweet, saying that the party culture “imbibes respect for PM and all political opponents.”
“INC strongly disapproves & rejects such humour through memes. Differences on policy and opinion aside, Congress culture imbibes respect for PM and all political opponents,” he wrote.
The ‘Yuva Desh’ handle deleted the tweet after the furore.
PM Modi has always been very forthcoming about his tea-selling antecedents.
In fact, during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, his ‘chai pe charcha’ campaign was one of the main ways he connected with voters.