The Rashtriya Janata Dal has targeted Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar on his old tweets, and has also targeted his wife Twinkle Khanna. Akshay Kumar, who once shouted on the rising petrol prices, is now silent and RJD has taken a scathing attack on his silence. RJD has asked film actor Akshay Kumar by tweeting how much money has been received for keeping silent against the BJP government.
Sharing a screenshot of Akshay’s old tweet, RJD slammed Akshay Kumar in two tweets in Hindi from its official Twitter handle saying, “Hey jumping nachaniya (dancer) @akshaykumar, if you have made your boss suck mango kernels then take out the bicycle. You will get a lot of money for dancing and tweeting on the way. If you have become player of politics, then come to Bihar, come and contest elections, here petrol is Rs100 in all the districts”.
RJD wrote in its next tweet, “Well @akshaykumar you tell this, how many crores did Modi give you for doing a tweet against petrol-diesel and farmers? Dear @mrsfunnybones ji, is this Khiladi bringing vegetables, oil, petro-diesel free of cost for kitchen and vehicles nowadays?
Earlier, RJD had attacked Amitabh Bachchan’s silence regarding the rising price of petrol. RJD had attacked by sharing Amitabh Bachchan’s old tweet. Let us inform that for the last several months, the price of petrol is increasing continuously in Bihar and the country.
Let us tell you that during the tenure of Congress in 2011 and 2012, Akshay Kumar had tweeted about the increasing price of petrol. Then he had said that I could not reach my house at night because due to the increase in the price of petrol once again, there are lines for petrol all over Mumbai. Akshay Kumar had said in another tweet, friends, I think now is the time when you clean your cycles and come on the road. Because the rising prices of petrol are going to hurt even more.
The petrol price has crossed Rs 100/litre in all the districts of Bihar. This is the first time that such an increase is being seen in the price of petrol. In the capital Patna, petrol has reached Rs 100.47 and diesel Rs 94.24 per liter.