Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweets to a Bollywood group, which missed out on a selfie with him got a dig from the Congress, which shot back that his “Love Aaj Kal” is directed to Anil Ambani. The citation was a repeat of party’s allegation of corruption and crony-capitalism against the central government in the Rafale fighter jets deal and its alleged complacence about farmers misery and continuing joblessness in the nation.

Kartik Aaryan, who played the lead role in recent hit “Sonu Ke Titu ki Sweety” has posted the ‘backfire’, found him posing for the camera with Director Karan Johar, Dinesh Vijayan, and Imtiaz Ali. In the background, one can catch a sight of  Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with his back to the camera. The event was the opening of the National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai over the weekend.

In response to his tweet, “Losers’ backfie with the Honorable PM!”, the PM had tweeted last evening, talks of second chances.

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PM Modi targets opposition following the Kolkata rally | tnbclive.in

On Monday, Congress hits out with a tweet, which reads:

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The Congress President Rahul Gandhi has been claiming that the government has not been able to generate even a single employment opportunity promised by the Prime Minister, the government has rejected all the claims. Congress has also been repeatedly accusing the NDA government of neglecting the farmers.

The party had been at the receiving end of BJP point since it took part in Saturday’s opposition rally in Kolkata, organized with the initiative of Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.   

On Monday, with a tweet slamming the opposition, the Union Minister Arun Jaitley wrote: “All four ambitious politicians pursue fanciful strategies to replace PM @narendramodi, however, Congress can at best dream only to be a pillion rider.”

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