Twitterati trolled Congress leader Shashi Tharoor after he shared a picture taken during Jawaharlal Nehru’s visit to the US in 1954
New York: A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump held hands and took a lap around the NRG Stadium post their addresses at the 'Howdy, Modi!' event, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor decided to share a picture taken during Jawaharlal Nehru’s visit to the US in 1954.
However, reactions from Twitterati was not surprising as they decided to troll the Congress leader for his tweet.
Taking to Twitter, Shashi Tharoor said, "Nehru & India Gandhi in the US in 1954. Look at the hugely enthusiastic spontaneous turnout of the American public, without any special PR campaign, NRI crowd management or hyped-up media publicity." (sic)
Nehru & India Gandhi in the US in 1954. Look at the hugely enthusiastic spontaneous turnout of the American public, without any special PR campaign, NRI crowd management or hyped-up media publicity. pic.twitter.com/aLovXvCyRz— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) September 23, 2019
Seconds after his tweet, Twitter was swamped with trolls. They questioned him on the use of "India Gandhi” instead of “Indira Gandhi".
Who's 'India' Gandhi ??— The Notorious B.E.E .🐝🐝 (@chatpataka100) September 23, 2019
An English expert like you making spelling errors,it's Indira Gandhi,NOT India Gandhi'.....Goes to show how nervous you are!— Prabha🇮🇳 (@prabhatisb) September 24, 2019
Here we go.@INCIndia leader @ShashiTharoor following his dynast leader @RahulGandhi posting 1956 image of then USSR claiming it to be an image from 1954 USA.— Arvind Lodha🇮🇳 (@AB_BJP) September 23, 2019
The era USSR ppl were crazy abt indians bcoz of gr8 RajKapoor ji and not bcoz of Nehru Indirahttps://t.co/dlwogl2Wn4 pic.twitter.com/Hzi9hf7u3X
On Sunday, US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi waved to enthusiastic crowds amid loud dhol beats, in the high-energy atmosphere of the venue.
After completing his speech at the event, Modi walked up to Trump, and the two shook hands with utmost vigour, which was followed by a brief conversation.
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Last Updated 24, Sep 2019, 10:53 AM