Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala took a dig at the BJP, taking the name of Gujarat. While advising him, the filmmaker wrote that Punjab should be handled.
BJP leader Vijay Rupani resigned from the post of Chief Minister of Gujarat on the previous day. In his place, BJP leader Bhupendra Patel has now been made the Chief Minister of Gujarat. Let us inform that Gujarat is the third state after Bangalore and Uttarakhand, where the Chief Minister was changed even before the completion of the term. Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala also tweeted on this move of BJP, in which he said that the fight is going on in all BJP ruled states. Film producer Ashok Pandit also did not shy away from replying to his tweet and took a dig at Punjab’s name.
In fact, Randeep Singh Surjewala wrote on the resignation of the Chief Minister of Gujarat, “Two things have come to the fore today. First- There is deep penetration in all the BJP ruled states. Be it Gujarat, MP, UP or Haryana. Secondly, the media will not see this discord in the BJP, as their focus is only on the states ruled by the opposition.
Filmmaker Ashok Pandit also took a jibe at Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala’s tweet. Replying to the Congress leader, Ashok Pandit wrote, “Surjewala ji handle Punjab. Leave worrying about BJP.” Apart from filmmaker Ashok Pandit, many social media users also commented a lot.
A user named Alok S, while replying to filmmaker Ashok Pandit’s tweet, wrote, “Whoever has fights in his own house feels that everyone’s house will be the same. Your own thoughts.” A user named Ishaan wrote, “Very right answer sir, his own party is collapsing, but instead of thinking about it, he is worried about the BJP.”
A user named Prabhakar took a jibe at the filmmaker and wrote, “Pandit ji has taken care of the entire country, not just Punjab. If Nehru ji did not make all these things then what would Modi ji sell? The country is running only by selling government institutions. Let us tell you that earlier also the filmmaker had replied to him on a tweet of Congress. In fact, the Congress had written in its tweet, ‘Change the Prime Minister, not the Chief Minister.’ Responding to him, Ashok Pandit wrote, “What is Halwa?”