The general public is worried about the rising prices of petrol and diesel across the country. While petrol is being sold at a price of more than Rs 100 per liter, diesel has also crossed a century. People making fun of the government by making different memes. But like every time again, the statement of actor Akshay Kumar has come into the limelight, on which he was making jokes on rising fuel prices during Congress government on Twitter a few years ago. Kamal R Khan (KRK) has again targeted Akshay Kumar while sharing this post.
He has shared screenshots of some old tweets of Akshay Kumar in which Akshay has criticized the government for rising petrol prices. Sharing the tweet, Kamal Rashid Khan wrote that if Akshay Kumar had said all these things now, then the very next morning there would have been an income tax raid at his home and office.
KRK shared a series of tweets that Akshay Kumar had posted in 2012. “Sir Ji @akshaykumar hope, you do remember your these tweets. Today petrol price is only double. So do you want to say something? Kaise Kahoge Sir? Canada ka ticket Karana Padega!” tweeted Kamaal R Khan.
KRK in his next tweet, “That was democracy time when @akshaykumar and many people were criticizing the govt and even PM Manmohan Singh ji. If Akki will do that today, then the next morning IT department will raid his office and house and he won’t have choice except running away to Canada.”
Talking about Akshay’s old tweet, although he had deleted all his tweets, but his screenshots keep going viral. In one of his tweets, Akshay took a jibe at the then Congress government regarding petrol prices and wrote, “Guys, I think it’s time to clean up your bicycles and hit the road. As per sources, expecting another petrol price hike.”
In another of his tweets, Akshay wrote, ‘When I saw Rs 62 trending, it must be reduced petrol price or some new scam of 62 crores.’ Akshay tweeted in another of his tweets. It was written that petrol prices are going to increase and in such a long line to fill oil on the road, I am not able to reach home even at night.