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Rajasthan Mahila Congress leader launches personal attack on PM Modi for sharing playful pics with his “special friend”

Reena Mimrot, State General Secretary of Rajasthan Mahila Congress targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter for sharing playful pictures with his "special friend" who visited him in his office yesterday.

In line with her party tradition, Reena Mimrot, State General Secretary of Rajasthan Mahila Congress targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter for sharing playful pictures with his “special friend” who visited him in his office yesterday.

Mimrot tweeted, “Modji samay par ghar jaate to aaj doosare ke bachche nahin khilaane padate.” This roughly translates as “Had Modiji settled down on time in life, he would not have to play with other’s kids.”

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This is a direct attack on personal choice of Narendra Modi he has made about his life. Just because someone is bachelor, it does not mean they are not allowed to play with kids. Congress leaders keeps attacking the prime minister on his personal life, which is very unfortunate.

PM Modi had set the internet on fire on Tuesday when he had posted few pictures of him playing with a kid on his official Instagram handle. In no time, the pictures became a hot topic of discussion on social media arousing the curiosity of the netizens to learn about the identity of the baby.

Modi had captioned the pictures as “A very special friend came to meet me in Parliament today.”

It was later revealed the little kid playing with the PM was the grandaughter of BJP MP Satyanarayan Jatiya.

While it was not the first time when the PM was photographed with kids. However, his reference to him as a “special friend” sent the internet into a tizzy.

 

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