Hardik Patel takes a jibe at Modi and makes racist comment on Nepal; gets trolled
Congress leader Hardik Patel makes racist comment on Nepal; gets mercilessly trolled
After casting his vote in Viramgam, Congress leader Hardik Patel said that he wants a Prime Minister and not a ‘chowkidar’. He said that if he wants a ‘chowkidar’, then he would go to Nepal. He also said that he wants a Prime Minister who can strengthen the country’s economy, education and the youth. His comment on Nepal didn’t go well with a section of people and they slammed Hardik for his racist comment.
Have a look at the video of Hardik Patel before going through the comments by Twitterati.
Congress leader Hardik Patel after casting his vote in Viramgam,says “Chowkidaar dhoondhna hoga toh mein Nepal chala jaaunga, mujhe desh mein PM chahiye jo iss desh ke arthvyavastha ko, shiksha ko, yuvaon, jawanon ko mazboot kar sake. Mujhe chowkidar nahi pradhan mantri chahiye.” pic.twitter.com/dYGjy7S7YW
— ANI (@ANI) April 23, 2019
Have a look at how public slammed him left, right and centre. While some called him ‘cheap’ and ‘disgusting’, one user said his comment is ‘disrespect’ to Nepal. Here are the tweets.
Bsdk tere jaise choro ko Nepal wale apne ghusne nahi denge
— Chowkidar Chandan Tandon ?? (@Chandan_tndn) April 23, 2019
A common Indian ????
— Chowkidar Amrita Kaushalya (@KaushalyaAmrita) April 23, 2019
ये नेपाल का अपमान हैं
— Ashok Patel (@drashokpatel) April 23, 2019
Apologies to the Nepalis from all the Indians for this joker’s remarks, insulting them because they are known for their honesty?Cheap and disgusting from a wannabe politician! Only if he was allowed to fight the LS elections in Gujarat, people could have shown him his place…
— Sunil Panigrahi (@iamssunill) April 23, 2019
Phir bolte hai we are losing nepal to China. Statement like these create enmity between the two countries. What kind of a leader this joker wants to become?
— Gaurav chaudhary (@imgaurav__) April 23, 2019
This is not expected from a leader like Hardik Patel. If as an opposition party, he is speaking something rhetorical or sarcastic of his rival party, it’s his way of politics. But he has no right to offend the sentiments of people of another country.
Please let us know your views on Hardik’s comment.