PM Narendra Modi after plunging himself into national politics has really made English acronyms a thing in most of his speeches. Starting from 2014 he has coined some pretty intelligent ones like:
- RSVP: Rahul, Sonia, Vadra, Priyanka
- ABCD: Adarsh, Bofors, Coal scam and Daamad
- FDI: First Develop India
- 3 AKs– “Admired in Pakistan”: AK-47, AK Antony, and AK-49 (Arvind Kejriwal)
And recently ones like:
SCAM: Samajwadi Party, Congress, Akhilesh and Mayawati
This concept also prompted Rahul Gandhi to create his own SCAM acronym, which didn’t quite turn out well for him.
Though this acronym business has come with its pitfalls, most notably witnessed via Minister Venkaiah Naidu’s attempt to turn it into a sycophancy exercise.
All this seems to have affected Mayawati who too seems to have brought in English in her speech:
मायावती- “नरेंद्र का मतलब होता है Negetive,
दामोदर दास का Dalit, मोदी का Man. He’s ‘Negetive Dalit Man'”.
— Ankur Singh (@iAnkurSingh) February 20, 2017
So she has managed to translate Narendra as Negative, Damodardas as Dalit and Modi as Man. And taking a step further stated, ‘He is negative Dalit man’ i.e woh ‘Dalit virodhi aadmi hain’ thereby fulfilling her Modi bashing agenda.
And if you are wondering, Narendra means Lord of men, Damodardas generally means Lord Krishna and Modi means Grocer. So his name translates to Lord of men Lord Krishna Grocer and not Negative Dalit man.
This interpretation by Mayawati seems to have arrived after Modi called her BSP Behenji Sampatti Party.
Mayawati hits back at PM for describing BSP as ‘Behenji
Sampatti Party’, says Narendra Modi will get tit-for-tat reply
in UP polls (PTI) pic.twitter.com/eC22gFlAsy
— TIMES NOW (@TimesNow) February 20, 2017
And obviously people reacted:
— Hridesh????? (@hridesh9) February 20, 2017
— Beautiful Liar (@Isoumyas) February 20, 2017
vladimir matlab dalit,
putin matlab khooni,
vladimir putin = dalito ka khooni#mayawati_logic
— Mandira?? (@mandira_shah) February 20, 2017
Our advise to Mayawati: Keep going and you may end up toppling Rahul Gandhi as India’s premier stand up politician.