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Madhya Pradesh: Memes flood social media after Jyotiraditya Scindia resigns from Congress with nearly 20 MLAs from Congress

Netizens put on their creative hat to flood social media with memes and jokes as senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia quit the grand old party.

Operation Kamal is underway in Madhya Pradesh and it appears Shivraj Singh ‘Mamaji’ Chauhan is set to return as Chief Minister in the state. The Congress government is on the verge of collapse as nearly 20 of their MLAs have tendered their resignation from the Assembly.

Today is also Holi, the festival of colours. And the politicial developments in Madhya Pradesh have added to people’s celebratory mood. Along expected lines, social media is flooding social media.

A lot of the memes revolve around Amit Shah and Jyotirditya Scindia. The Home Minister, during his tenure as party president, had earned himself the reputation of ensuring that BJP forms the government in states where they fell short of necessary numbers by a few.

Some memes also revolve around Amit Shah and Chief Minister Kamal Nath.

Then, there are the memes focusing on the imminent return of Shivraj Singh Chauhan.

Some show Jyotiraditya Scindia celebrating with his MLAs.

With all the memes doing the rounds, Prime Minister Modi could hardly be left behind. A clip from Narendra Modi’s press conference last year, where he had said that schemes are not implemented in a vacuum but after intense planning, is now being applied to the current context.

A day after senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia resigned from primary membership of Congress, the party has ‘expelled’ him. Scindia had tendered his resignation on 9th March, 2020. Earlier on Tuesday, Scindia had met Prime Minister Modi at his residence along with Home Minister Amit Shah. Meanwhile, along with Scindia, numerous other Madhya Pradesh Congress MLAs have tendered their resignation. With this, the Madhya Pradesh state government is on a brink of a collapse.

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