A confrontation between the TMC and the Congress on Twitter has introduced the sour contention between the 2 events out into the open. All of Friday, the 2 events have been going backward and forward with political barbs, ranging from political strategist Prashant Kishor whose tweet lashed out on the Congress. This extracted a retaliation from Gandhi loyalist and Uttar Pradesh election senior observer Bhupesh Baghel.
Within the night time, alternatively, the TMC countered Baghel’s barb in a tweet relating to Amethi.
The TMC tweeted: “Rich words coming from a first-time CM. Punching above your weight doesn’t bring honour to you, Mr. @bhupeshbaghel. What a shoddy attempt to please the high command!
By the way, is @INCIndia going to try to erase the historical defeat at Amethi through yet another Twitter Trend?”
Wealthy phrases coming from a first-time CM. Punching above your weight doesn’t deliver honour to you, Mr. @bhupeshbaghel. What a shoddy try to please the prime command!By way of the best way, is @INCIndia going to take a look at to erase the historic defeat at Amethi via but some other Twitter Pattern? https://t.co/UiI1Zvcudl
— All India Trinamool Congress (@AITCofficial) October 8, 2021
Baghel had taken a potshot at West Bengal leader minister Mamata Banerjee with out naming her. The TMC hit again in a identical approach, relating to the Congress’ loss in Amethi. Baghel had hinted at Mamata’s Nandigram loss.
Over the last month, the TMC is hitting out on the Congress. It kind of feels the TMC has a brand new rival to indulge in terms of a struggle of political will in state politics. Previous it was once the BJP, now it’s the Congress.