Mahua makes yet another vile remark; calls PM a “street-side fellow”
For a woman who uses cuss words and gestures vile, it was a bit rich from Mahua Mitra to call prime minister Narendra Modi a street-side fellow.
"There is something we have in Bengal called 'rock-er chhele', which means a street-side fellow who sits on a wall and who basically calls out to every lady walking past, saying "Diddi, ei diddi". This is the Prime Minister doing this," Moitra, a Trinamool Congress MP, said on national TV on Thursday.
Moitra was reacting to Modi's dig on West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee—calling her “Didi-o-Didi”, questioning whether there is any truth to the rumours of her filing nomination from another ‘safe’ seat in Bengal.
She went on attacking the prime minister: “That the Prime Minister in a rally with lakh of people (talks) about a sitting Chief Minister saying (mockingly) 'Didi o didi'. Would you say that? Would he say that about his mother? Would he say that about his sister? Would he say that about his estranged wife? Would he say that about anybody? How is that okay? Is this Prime Minister going to come and teach us about decorum? This is a Prime Minister sitting here chortling a sitting chief minister in the cheapest, basest way possible."
Meanwhile, Moitra seems to skip all the times when her party has called the prime minister with absurd names including Mamata Banerjee targeting Modi, saying something is wrong with his brain..
PM Modi in yesterday’s rally had said that Mamata Banerjee’s ‘restlessness’ shows that she will be losing the Nandigram seat.
“Didi your action shows that you are losing from Nandigram. Your action shows that you have given up. ‘Didi…O…Didi’, there is a rumour that you will file a nomination from another constituency. Is there any truth?”
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