While criticizing the ‘Bharat Joro Yatra’ of the Congress, this time the BJP has been active in ‘smearing ink’ on the clothes of Rahul Gandhi. Padma-Shibir’s Twitter handle posted a picture of the former Congress president wearing the T-shirt and wrote – ‘Bharat Dekho Yatra’. A quick response came from the Congress side as well. Sonia Gandhi’s team has reminded Modi about the Tk 10 lakh suit and the Tk 1.5 lakh sunglasses.
BJP claims that Rahul’s white t-shirt, which participated in the Bharat Joro Yatra, is being printed by a world-renowned clothing company. Although it looks simple, the price is 41 thousand 215 taka. Rahul, 52, started the ‘Bharat Joro Yatra’ from Kanyakumari on Wednesday after paying homage at father Rajeev’s memorial at Sriperumbudur in Tamil Nadu. 3,750 km from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. It will continue for the next five months. Rahul tweeted, ‘I lost my father to the politics of hatred and division. I will not lose my beloved country to him.’
Since then BJP has been continuously targeting Rahul. Sometimes he is advised to go to Pakistan, sometimes it is said that partition of India is Rahul’s secret intention. This time, the Narendra Modi-Amit Shah team also mocked his clothes.
In response to which the Twitter handle of the Congress wrote to the BJP leaders, ‘Bharat Joro Jatra is scared of the crowd? Talk about issues. Talk about unemployment and inflation. And if you want to talk about clothes, then Modiji’s suit of 10 lakh rupees and glasses of 1.5 lakh rupees can be discussed. Tell me what to do?’
Incidentally, the then American President Barack Obama visited India as the chief guest on Republic Day in 2015. It was alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi wore a suit worth Rs 10 lakh with his name written on it during the meeting with Obama. There was a debate about it at that time. Later, when the suit was auctioned, it was bought by Laljibhai Patel, a Surat diamond merchant and chairman of ‘Dharmanandan Diamonds Private Limited’, for 4 crore 31 lakh rupees.
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It was also alleged that Modi wore sunglasses made by a German company worth Rs 1.5 lakh to watch the last annular solar eclipse of the decade in December 2019. Although at that time the complaint was rejected by the BJP, it was said that the special sunglasses of Modi’s eyes cost several thousand rupees.
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