Congress supported MLA Jignesh Mevani makes another crass comment, asks PM Modi to hang himself

Last week, he had called the PM 'Namak Haram' several times.

In a tweet, controversial Congress ally, Jignesh Mevani, has asked Prime Minister Modi to hang himself. The tweet says, “You have worn Gandhi’s spectacles, you are putting up Sardar’s statues, you have worn Netaji’s cap too! In a similar vein, if you hang yourself with a noose around your neck like Bhagat Singh, how will it be?”

Although the tweet does not specifically name Prime Minister Modi, it is quite obvious it directed towards him. As per the tweet, it was a WhatsApp forward but the fact that Mevani tweeted it himself is, without doubt, an endorsement of the crass message. Many people on social media have condemned it and stated that an elected representative should display a better behaviour.

Mevani appears to be obsessed with using crass words for the Prime Minister. Only a couple of days earlier, he had called Modi a ‘Namak haram’. In 9 minutes, he had called the Prime Minister Namak haram 6 times.

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On another occasion, Mevani had said that Modi should retire from politics and go to the Himalayas to ‘melt his bones’, which colloquially means, ‘to go and die’. In another bizarre tweet, Mevani had himself photographed with a person dressed as Narendra Modi where he could be seen admonishing the duplicate Modi and asking him to fulfill his promises.

Mevani had also tweeted once that he doubted if anyone had told ‘I love you’ to Prime Minister Modi following which Twitter users had comprehensively expelled Mevani’s doubt and ‘I love you PM Modi’ was trended by thousands oF people.

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