Raj Thackeray Brings Family From BJP Post On Stage

Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray on Tuesday once again launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his Mumbai rally, ‘exposing’ the government’s claim of poverty alleviation by bringing the family featuring in the campaign ads on a Modi fan page.

In a Facebook page ‘Modi For New India’ posted a picture of a family with PM Narendra Modi alongside with the caption “To provide a better life for the poor is not just a slogan for Modi ji but it’s a mission. Congress can only give the slogan to remove poverty, but it can’t do anything tangible.”

The page claimed, “7.5 crore people were brought out of poverty in the last three years.” It implies that the family was one of the inheritors of a poverty reduction scheme of Narendra Modi.

Thackeray revealed that the family had no idea that their photo was circulated, which the MNS leader said they had posted on Facebook, had been picked up and used by the BJP’s IT cell to achieve the success of their poverty reduction scheme.

He asked the crowd “Why don’t you check for yourself? Look at the family on stage and look at the photo next to that of Modi’s. These people had no clue that they are featured in the BJP ad campaign”.

Thackeray received great appreciation on social media for his revelation, with many patting him on the back for revealing one of the biggest BJP’s ‘lies’. Nothing is more embarrassing for the Bharatiya Janata Party for faking the ad campaign.