Digvijaya Singh posts tweet with abusive words to criticise PM Modi

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The meme has a picture of the PM with two jokey sentences both of which have curse words
Digvijaya's note on the tweet said he didn't create the meme, but he "couldn't help posting it"
The Congress politician is legendary for foot-in-mouth disease
Digvijaya Singh

NEW DELHI: Congress Rajya Sabha Parliamentarian Digvijaya Singh on Friday posted an image on Twitter containing decidedly unparliamentary language to criticise Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The tweet is a meme - it has a picture of the PM with two jokey sentences both of which have curse words.
Digvijaya's note on the tweet said he didn't create the meme, but he "couldn't help posting it". His note also says, in an apparent reference to PM MOdi: "he is the best in the art of fooling!"



The Congress politician is legendary for foot-in-mouth disease.

Last year in August, while speaking to reporters, he referred to Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir as India-Occupied-Kashmir. This, at a time when tensions were at an all time high between the two neighbours, after security forces killed Kashmiri terrorist Burhan Wani on July 8.

In the past, Digvijaya famously referred to terrorists Osama bin Laden and Hafiz Saeed as as "Osamaji" and "saheb", respectively.

As well, not all his so-called gaffes have been slips of the tongue. Some have been downright offensive.

In 2013, he described party colleague Meenakshi Natarajan as "sau tunch maal" ("totally unblemished" in Hindi, literally). The phrase loosely translates to "desirable object" or "sexy".

Later, Digvijaya said his remark meant that Natarajan was like "pure gold" and threatened legal action against TV channels for wrongly reporting it.

Source - Times Of India

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