In the midst of the warmed Lok Sabha survey crusades making the rounds via web-based networking media, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) President and previous Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad shared an old dubsmash video of himself mouthing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s words promising “achche commotion” in 2014.
Ridiculing the Prime Minister, Lalu Prasad shared the 17-second video on Twitter on Saturday, subtitling it “Muft mei le lo 15 lakh, achche commotion aur jumla” which generally means “Take with the expectation of complimentary Rs 15 lakh, great days and crusade talk”.
Modi’s voice saying “Each Indian will get Rs 15-20 lakh” is distinctively perceptible in the video in which Lalu Prasad is seen lip-matching up clad in a dark shirt.
The video, that has effectively assembled 1,600 remarks, 2,500 re-tweets and 12,000 likes on Twitter, is gone for reminding the general population about Modi’s 2014 guarantees of introducing days and giving money related advantages to the general population if his gathering was casted a ballot to influence.
From that point forward, the restriction has not botched any chance to insult Modi, blaming him for neglecting to keep his words inspite of being chosen as the Prime Minister of the country.
The seven-stage Lok Sabha decisions started with much excitement on April 11, spreading crosswise over 91 bodies electorate in 20 states and Union Territories.