Nagpur/New Delhi: The Opposition parties baying for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s blood over demonetization decision received ammunition to fire fresh salvos as the BJP Delhi President Manoj Tiwari was caught on camera mocking at public standing queues outside banks and ATMs. The other BJP leaders present were seen laughing out loud.
Tiwari himself disclosed that he created a song relating public standing in long queues to patriotism just to praise the people he was addressing. Manoj Tiwari was recently caught on camera making light of the hardships that demonetization inflicted on those standing in the queues in front of banks and ATMs. Tiwari, speaking at a private New Year’s event organized by MLA Vijender Gupta, was seen talking about how he made up a song when a reporter asked him of his views on demonetization.
“I went to stand in the (ATM) line in my area. There was someone from ABP there. I wondered what should I say so that all these people are amused,” said Tiwari, repeating the song which can be translated as, “The patriots are standing in queues, there is a huge crowd, India’s destiny is getting decorated with hardships.”
Newly appointed BJP Delhi state president Manoj Tiwari was seen making a mockery of people standing in queues outside banks and ATMs in the name of patriotism. Tiwari himself disclosed that he created a song relating public standing in long queues to patriotism just to praise the people he was addresing.
Taking Manoj Tiwari head on, Aam Admi Party leader Kumar Vishwas trolled the BJP leader that left him red-faced.