Union Minister Ashwini Choubey tweeted and said, “Heard that the big Bhupati of Bihar’s Mahathagbandhan has already left from Bengaluru. The groom has not been decided, the uncles are getting angry first!
The second meeting of the opposition was held in Bangalore on 17–18 July. After the meeting was over, Nitish Kumar did not attend the press conference, so the opponents got a chance to taunt. BJP leader and Union Minister Ashwini Choubey has tweeted that the groom has not been decided and the uncle is already getting angry.
The Union Minister took such a quip on the meeting
When the press conference was organized after the big meeting of the opposition, Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav did not participate in it. After this, the opposing people got a chance to taunt and attack. Union Minister Ashwini Choubey tweeted and said, “Heard that the big Bhupati of Bihar’s Mahathagbandhan has already left from Bengaluru. The groom has not been decided, the uncles are getting angry first!
Wrote in another tweet, “Bengaluru session closed in terms of photo-ops, political tourism. Next suiting in Mumbai.” Arun Rajbhar, son of OP Rajbhar, who recently rejoined the NDA, has also tweeted.
Arun Rajbhar wrote that the opposition “groom of the alliance has not been decided and the uncles are already getting angry.” Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya tweeted, “The future of the Congress-led coalition is bleak!” In another tweet, he wrote, ‘Bina Dulha ki Baaraat’.
Congress leader Surendra Rajput wrote, ‘Who are the grooms of all of you? Are you calling Modi ji a bridegroom? If you have the courage, status and courage, then definitely answer, Maurya ji. A user named Naveen wrote, ‘In Uttar Pradesh, you also brought thousands of false phrases in your bag for the procession without the groom.’
Please tell that after the meeting, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said that this fight is not between the opposition and the BJP. The voice of the country is being crushed, this fight is for the country, hence the name Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) was chosen.