The Congress party’s contempt against BJP leaders is not unsurprising anymore. However, it has lately turned into an open hatred towards the BJP leaders as Congress party leaders are now wishing for their death.
Hitting a new political low, Rajasthan Congress leader Reena Mimrot, who is the state Mahila Congress Secretary, on Saturday wished that Home Minister Amit Shah be infected with the deadly pandemic Coronavirus.
Taking to Twitter, Congress leader vented her frustration out by sharing news that Australian Home Minister was tested positive for the Coronavirus and lamented that the Indian Home Minister was still lagging at getting infected with the coronavirus. The Congress leader indirectly hoped that Home Minister soon be affected with the coronavirus similar to his Australian counterpart.
The Congress party which has failed to be put up an electoral challenged to the BJP seems to be now resorted to wishing the death of the Home Minister of the country. At a time when the Modi government is fighting to tackle the menace of the global pandemic COVID-19, the Congress leadership has yet again indulged in such contemptible behaviour rather than joining hands with the Modi government to limit the spread of the contagious virus.
This is not the first time that this troll-turned-politician has indulged in such filthy act on social media. Last month, Rajasthan Mahila Congress Secretary Reena Mimrot was also caught spreading fake news to malign US President Donald Trump. She took to Twitter to share an obscene image of Donald Trump’s lookalike groping a woman claiming that he is the US President.
Just yesterday, in a similar act, Former Chief Election Commissioner SY Quraishi had indirectly wished that Prime Minister Modi be tested positive for the deadly COVID-19 coronavirus that has now become a global pandemic. However, after being called out by netizens for his hateful behaviour, Quraishi has undone his retweet and claimed that he was trying to ‘report’ the hateful tweet as ‘offensive’ when he retweeted it ‘by mistake’.