No end to crass comments? Congress IT cell head and Rahul’s close aide compares PM Modi to ‘bird dropping’

This is not the first time that Divya Spandana has indulged in such behaviour and has faced the ire for her comments.

After Prime Minister Modi inaugurated the Statue of Unity, the ‘liberal’ ecosystem has been getting sleepless nights. From accusing BJP of trying to appropriate Sardar Patel’s legacy to asserting that the money spent on the statue could have been used to feed the hungry, Congress has tried every trick in the book to deride the tribute to one of the greatest leaders India has seen – Sardar Vallabhai Patel.

Now that the criticism is proving to be hollow, Congress seems to think that mocking and making crass comments on the Prime Minister might get their point across. Ahead in the race of making crass comments is Congress’ IT Cell head, Divya Spandana.

She tweeted a photograph of Prime Minister Modi standing besides the feet of the massive Statue of Unity and said “is that bird dropping?”. Divya Spandana was asserting that Prime Minister Modi looked like “bird dropping” standing next to that statue.

- Advertisement - - Article resumes -

Her crass comment wasn’t missed by twitterati who called her out.

One Twitter user, Sharanya Shetty, responded to Divya Spandana saying that she was just another member of Rahul Gandhi’s party displaying ‘Congress culture’ and that the abuses hurled towards Prime Minister Modi is despicable.

Columnist Ashutosh Muglikar also quipped at the comment by Divya Spandana. He said that wasn’t “bird dropping” but INC’s fortunes dropping to 44.

Others too didn’t respond to the crass comment by Divya Spandana very kindly.

This is not the first time that Divya Spandana has indulged in such behaviour and has faced the ire for her comments. Recently, she had tweeted a photoshopped image of PM Modi with the word “chor” written on his forehead. Later, a case of sedition was filed against her by lawyer Syed Rizwan Ahmed. She has also been named in the chargesheet in the case of a Congress IT Cell member sexually harassing another Congress member. She had compared the RSS to Muslim Brotherhood and shared “news” from a dubious website in order to spread canards about the Rafale deal.

With the 2019 general elections drawing closer, the political mudslinging seems to have just started.

Share and Support:
Support OpIndia by paying for content

Most read articles recently

Statue of all ironies: Pritish Nandy uses example of fake news to spread fake news

Pritish Nandy shared a fake image which was earlier shared by Youth Congress leader

West Bengal: TMC workers ‘purify’ the ground with Gangajal and cow dung after BJP holds a rally in Cooch Behar

TMC workers sprinkled Gangajal after applying cow dung on the ground where the rally was held.

Fact check: Did BJP President Amit Shah and PM Modi call Baniyas cheaters and accuse them of profiteering?

Earlier, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani had also been accused of making a casteist remark, which turned out to be a Photoshopped image

2018 Assembly Elections: Here are the BJP internal survey numbers

The final results of all states are to be released on 11th December.
Image Source: Zee News

Sidhu knew of the opening before Imran Khan was sworn in, Kartarpur a bigger conspiracy by ISI: Captain Amarinder Singh

Pakistan General Bajwa had revealed the Kartarpur corridor news to Navjot Singh Sidhu even before Imran Khan was sworn in as their PM, Punjab CM Singh indicated “a bigger conspiracy" hatched by the Pak Army.

Uttar Pradesh: Samajwadi party leader detained after being caught on camera assaulting BJP spokesperson

Political leaders who are the so-called representatives of our country have often been seen indulging in such pettiness

Raghuram Rajan backed yet-to-be functional Krea University among 19 new institutes to get ‘Institute of Eminence’ tag

The earlier list which featured yet-to-be-functional Jio Institute was announced, the HRD ministry was mercilessly mocked
Vijay Mallya to be extradited

Big victory for India: UK court orders Vijay Mallya’s extradition who is wanted in India for a Rs. 9000 crore scam

The liquor baron, Vijay Mallya, is wanted in India in connection with an alleged scam worth Rs. 9000 crores and is to be extradited to India.

After stopping BJP’s rath yatra, West Bengal government allows Hindu-hater Bangladeshi Maulana to address meetings in the state

BJP's rath yatra banned, Bangladeshi Islamic preacher welcomed in West Bengal

25 Lakh fake beneficiaries found in Anganwadis of UP, Maharashtra and Assam

The Ministry of Women and Child Development had ordered the survey of Anganwadi Schemes after the crackdown of Assam government on ghost beneficiaries.

Latest articles

Connect with us


Don't miss these