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Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Alpesh Thakor said PM Modi eats Imported Mushroom

Gujarat Assembly Election 2017: Alpesh Thakor said PM Modi eats Imported Mushroom
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Gujarat Assembly Election 2017 second phase has aroused more controversies between the BJP and Congress. As today, the Congress leader Alpesh Thakor said, PM Modi eats imported mushrooms which makes him white. Alpesh Thakor during the rally in Gujarat said Modi Ji eats mushrooms imported from Taiwan. He said mushroom costs of Rs 80 thousand and he eats five mushrooms a day. He added further that PM Modi was dark like him but became fair because of the imported mushrooms. The Congress leader Alpesh Thakor has sparked the controversy over Gujarat election politics. This comment has stirred controversy over Congress party before the second phase of Gujarat elections.

On another side, on the last day of the campaign for the second phase of Gujarat Assembly elections, PM Modi took the ride of the seaplane from Sabarmati river. With the development innovation and ideas, BJP has brought another twist to the Gujarat politics. PM Modi has visited the Ambaji temple through seaplane today. In the wake of this development model of BJP, the Congress confronted PM Modi with some intolerable comments like imported mushrooms. Alpesh Thakor said PM Modi dark person who becomes fair now because of eating imported mushrooms that worth of Rs 80 thousand while conducting a rally in Gujarat.

The Congress leader Alpesh Thakor’s controversial comment over PM Modi will be the drawback for the party in the Gujarat Assembly Election 2017. The last day of the campaign for the Gujarat Assembly Election has over now. Also, the Congress has again struck with the controversies with some unexpected comments over the Prime Minister of India. The Imported Mushrooms comments of the party leaders sparked controversy over the Congress party. As Twitteratti today has got angry with this non-acceptable comment over the PM Modi. The second phase of the Gujarat Election Assembly will take place on 14th December 2017.

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Pallavi Parmar

Journalism is my profession, Blogging and Writing are my passion, Travelling is my love, Food is my life and Feminist by nature.

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