Patna: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has dedicated the new Parliament building to the nation, after which there is enthusiasm among the people across the country. #MyParliamentMyPride is trending on Twitter after PM Modi installed the symbol of Indian culture and justice in the new Parliament. However, the opposition, which boycotted the opening ceremony of Parliament House, is still agitated. Lalu Prasad Yadav's party Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has posted such a controversial picture about the new Parliament building, which has created a ruckus. This picture shared by RJD is making politicians angry, even the general public.
ये क्या है? pic.twitter.com/9NF9iSqh4L— Rashtriya Janata Dal (@RJDforIndia) May 28, 2023
In fact, RJD compared the new Parliament building with the picture of a coffin and wrote on its official Twitter handle, 'What is this?' Politics has also been fierce on the inauguration of the new building of Parliament. As many as 20 opposition parties, led by the Congress, had boycotted the inauguration of the new Parliament building. Lalu's party is also among the boycott parties.
Reacting to RJD's insult to the temple of democracy, BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia said, "Today is a historic moment and the country is proud. You are a nazarbattu and nothing else. Keep beating the chest. In 2024, the people of the country will lock you in this coffin and will not even give you a chance to come to the temple of new democracy. Let's also decide that Parliament belongs to the country and the coffin belongs to you."
Not only this, the common people are also taking classes of RJD fiercely on this objectionable act of Lalu Yadav's party. Rupendra Singh wrote, 'God should not give such a useless child to anyone who has made a coffin of his father Lalu in advance.' The first one is the same, the second photo is the picture of the new building of the parliament of the country. "First photo - the future of your party, the second photo - the future of India." Puneet Kumar Garg wrote, "An 8th fail can't post anything dirtier than this, but why have you posted the coffin of a big scamster, have you changed your religion, why is there no way to go to the second picture of Parliament?" A burden on the country and the earth. Vinod Solanki wrote, "What can be expected from Tejashwi Yadav , the son of a 9th failed fodder thief, whether it is not being able to become the Chief Minister or lack of values, in these areas, comparing the temple of democracy with a coffin is showing their mental bankruptcy."
Tajinder Singh wrote, "Personal hatred of the Honorable Prime Minister and the compulsion to keep you happy to collect the votes of a particular community has blinded you people. Don't cut the branch on which you are sitting. Ayush Mishra wrote, "When #धर्म #राज्य_हित work was done in Treta and Dwapar, #राक्षस used to disrupt it. In the Gita, God has said that demons will be more active in Kalyug. RJD is one of them. And this coffin is your future and the new building is ours. Ashok Meena wrote, 'Honorable, the public is not at all surprised by your tweet, as much work as wisdom. Maybe one is the coffin of your father's life, because you do not have an MP, then the other great country is the Parliament House of India. In one, Abbu Jan will be alone and in the other, there will be honorable members from every region of the great nation.'