Mamata Banerjee said he would send "rosogollas" to Prime Minister Narendra Modi – but there is a twist
Prime Minister Narendra Modi should be cautious in caring for the next pile "rosogollaswhich is sent by Mamata Banerji.
Answered to his revelation that she sent gifts to Bengali sweets and hand-picked "kurtas"once or twice every year, Mamata Banerji today said she would send Narendra Modi rosogollas from Bengal, but not soft, melancholy in the mouth.
"I will send it rosogollas made of mud with stone chips thrown into – like cashew nuts and raisins used in Ladu. One bite and it will break your teeth. It's kind of mithai I will send, "the chief minister said at a rally in Asansol, the same city where Prime Minister Modi ridiculed Tuesday, saying" the prime minister's chair is not auctioned. "
A bitter swap exchange began when Prime Minister Modi told film actor Akshay Kumar: "I do not know if this politically hurts me, but Mamata Didi sends me several manuscripts kurtas every year. And after hearing that Sheikh Hasina, the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, sent me special Bengal sweets, Mama Didi also began sending me Bengal sweets once or twice a year. "
The same day, Mamata Banerjee responded to the Prime Minister's comment, saying Bengal's culture was to greet guests with sweets and gifts. "He will still get it rosogollas, but there is not one vote, "she said, a mild rhetoric, sensing the viewers of the Modi-Mamata calculation.
Today, she impressed with revenge.
In Asansol, on Tuesday, Modi attacked the chief of Trinam with the strongest words about her: "Our didi, winning several seats, dreams of becoming prime minister. If the post of the prime minister can be auctioned, then the Congress and the didi will come with what they have robbed through corruption. "
"Didi, yeh The Prime Minister pad auction maine nahi hai jo Charda, Narada ke paiso se kharida jaa sake (this post is not an auction that can be bought from the money from Sarada and Narada). It needs the blessings of 130 Indian Indians to get to the office. "
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