Congress leader Alka Lamba does Facebook live with 'filters' on; Twitterati laughs out loud

By Team MyNationFirst Published 9, Dec 2019, 12:41 PM IST
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Several netizens trolled Congress leader Alka Lamba for being insensitive while turning a sensitive issue into a joke. More than 2,000 people were watching her live on Facebook.

New Delhi: Netizens on Monday (December 9) took a dig at Congress leader and former AAP leader Alka Lamba for going live on Facebook with a variety of 'filters' on. 

The unidentified person, who was handling her Facebook account negligently left the 'filters' on. An individual can put various layers of 'filters' on the face so that one can look like a cat, a dog or even a witch.

 

This is video link. Its funny AF. 🤣🤣🤣https://t.co/2792dGmzzR

— Abhinav Chaubey (@IAbhinavChaubey)

While Lamba was interviewing an individual, she had 'goggles and hat' filter which changed into a gold medal filter and later turned into a purple moustache filter. 

 

आज तो कैमरामैन की खैर नहीं pic.twitter.com/cgA01Q2Rfe

— VIKAS PATHAK (@Sarthakvikas)

Another lady, who was being interviewed by Lamba, also got an 'older man with a beard' filter, and 'googly eyes' filter, turning them into funny caricatures of sorts. 

However, the netizens did not miss a chance to troll the Congress leader. Here are a few tweets.

 

pic.twitter.com/7dFOvUb0nd

— VIKAS PATHAK (@Sarthakvikas)

 

Isilie Alka lamba jaise logo ko follow karna bhi zaruri hai 😂

— Arkham Asylum™ (@anydayfunchai)

 

Best thing I saw on internet today 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

— Manoj Agarwal (@bhiwandi_kar)

 

Uski to naukri gyi 😭😭😂😂

— Raowl (@RaowlGandhi)

 

Aap reached Pakistani level.. 😂 pic.twitter.com/nl8oE5gGoq

— super_guy (@amayzing_guy)

The Congress leader was speaking to the members of Disabled Employees Association of Railway, who staged a protest over delay in recruitment.

The disabled protesters have been camping in Delhi's Mandi House intersection since last several days over employment opportunities. 

Also, on December 8, Alka Lamba said that Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government had displayed an "insensitive" approach in handling the aftermath of the fire incident that took place in Anaj Mandi at Rani Jhansi Road.

34 people were declared dead in Lok Nayak Hospital, while nine in Lady Hardinge Hospital in the national capital.

On October 12, Alka Lamba joined the Congress after she had quit the party in 2014 to be a part of Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

Last Updated 9, Dec 2019, 12:41 PM IST