Congress leader Kanhaiya Kumar recently took a jibe at Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s son during a program. Targeting the speech given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on ‘Parivarvad’, he taunted that Jay Shah has become the secretary of BCCI by giving UPSC exam.
A video clip from a speech of Kanhaiya Kumar is going viral on social media in which he can be seen taking a dig at BCCI secretary Jay Shah on ‘Parivarvad’. During his speech, Kanhaiya Kumar also took a jibe at the removal of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Union Minister Nitin Gadkari from the BJP’s Parliamentary Board and said that many people are going to become Agniveers. He further said that after that only 2 people will remain, ‘Chacha and ‘Bhatija’. Chacha(uncle) will travel around the world like ‘Vasco da Gama’ and ‘Bhatija’ will throw googly in IPL.
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Targeting PM Narendra Modi, Kanhaiya Kumar said that after all these things, ‘chacha’ will give a speech from the stage on ‘Parivarvad’. Further, he took a dig at Amit Shah and said, “When Amit Shah raises questions about ‘Parivarvad’, I think he brought Jai Shah from the road.” With this he said that “Jai Shah is Amit Shah’s son only. Did he become the secretary of BCCI by giving UPSC or SSC exam? Isn’t it Parivarvad?”
Netizens shower praise for Kanhaiya Kumar
A Twitter user named Abhay Srivastava writes that a befitting reply has been given. A Twitter user named Ishqiya Kumar comments, “Totally agree with this speech” A user named Namrata writes, “Kanhaiya kumar is one of the few Hindi speaking politicians of congress from north india whose argument makes sense and his words really humiliates the BJP leaders.” A Twitter user named Abhishek Tripathi wrote, “This man should be the star campaigner for the states wherever there are elections.”
A Twitter user named Dr. Noour Zehgeer writes, “Well, every political party needs this to counter the Marketing of the BJP.”
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