Congress and Rahul Gandhi’s supporters respond to the BJP’s mockery of his $41,000 t-shirt In the “Bharat Jodo Yatra,” Rahul Gandhi reportedly wore a shirt that cost more than $41,000
Rahul Gandhi was mocked by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on September 9 when it was said that the T-shirt he was sporting while participating in the “Bharat Jodo Yatra” cost more than 41,000 rupees.
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The leader of the Congress did, however, have some supporters. One commenter asserted that Gandhi is not paying for his clothing with public funds and that the BJP’s tweet indicated that the party was “rattled” by the yatra.
The BJP posted two tweets on Twitter under its official handle, one of which read “Bharat, dekho,” Gandhi, and the other of which showed the price of a T-shirt similar to the one Gandhi was wearing. The Blueberry T-shirt was listed as costing $41,257.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) tweeted “Bharat, dekho” (India, look) and shared two images: one of Gandhi and the other displaying the cost of a T-shirt comparable to the one he was wearing. It stated that the Burberry T-shirt cost Rs 41,257.
Congress retaliated, asking, “Hey, are you scared? Seeing the masses in Bharat Jodo Yatra, talk about the subject… Speak on unemployment and inflation.”
The Congress tweeted in Hindi while tagging the BJP, “If we have to debate clothes, then it will go to Modi ji’s Rs 10 lakh suit and his Rs 1.5 lakh glasses. Tell me what to do.”
Supriya Shrinate, a leader for the Congress and its social media coordinator, also tweeted, “Dear BJP, It is time for you to step down.”
After witnessing the widespread revolution, it is obvious how your senses have been blown off! How upset you are right now! “
Gandhi received support from several users as well. One claimed that the BJP’s tweet indicated that it was “rattled” by the yatra, and another pointed out that Gandhi is not spending taxpayer money on his clothes.
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Speaking to the media during the yatra, which began on Thursday in Kanyakumari, Gandhi stated that he is not leading the march but is merely taking part in it. The march’s goal is to “correct the damage done by the BJP-RSS” by sowing “hate” throughout the nation.