Did PM Narendra Modi just troll Mamata Banerjee?

It has been just a couple of days since a video surfaced online, showing a visibly angry Mamata Banerjee. It was reported that the West Bengal CM  had to walk a short distance to the Vidhan Soudha for H D Kumaraswamy’s swearing-in which she felt was inappropriate.

The consequence of the above was that the Director General of Police (DGP), Neelamani Raju was transferred allegedly for ‘insulting’ West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee. Banerjee was seen reprimanding the DGP and then going on to complain to JD(S) leaders H D Deve Gowda and Kumaraswamy.

Today, PM Modi landed in West Bengal for a series of events. The PM arrived in his chopper and was greeted with a bouquet of flowers by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on his arrival. The short meeting with Banerjee was caught on camera, and it appears, PM Modi might have pulled the West Bengal CM’s leg

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There is no audio, but PM Modi can be seen jocularly signalling to the distance Banerjee had to walk to reach the helipad. Was Narendra Modi mocking Didi’s fairly raw wound on the soil of West Bengal? Many on social media felt that Modi was indeed trolling the CM.

Going by past chain of events, some expressed concern for PM Modi’s future

And a parody video with the possible audio is also out:

While Modi may be immune, we must express deep concern over the livelihood of the driver of the CM and also the person responsible for planning this event, since they made the CM walk such a distance.

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