AAP mocks Congress as the “salesman of the decade” and is called “chal jhuta” in a meme war


The Goa Congress imploded with the crossover of the eight MLAs to the BJP on Wednesday, and the Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party reacted by engaging in vicious online taunting. Rahul Gandhi referred to Congress as the Salesman of the Decade in a meme video made by the Aam Aadmi Party’s Twitter account, to which the party responded by bringing up the suspected liquor scandal that the party is facing. Read More | Party declares “Safar mein dhoop toh hogi” in response to the resignation of 8 Goa Congress MLAs; AAP’s “RIP” jab

The Punjab chief minister Bhagwant Mann was also made fun of by the Congress after BMW stated on Tuesday that, in contrast to what Bhagwant Mann had claimed, it had no plans to open a manufacturing facility in Punjab.

Raghav Chadha, a Rajya Sabha MP for the AAP, criticised the Congress on Tuesday after eight Congress MLAs switched to the BJP, saying that supporting the Congress means choosing a future BJP MLA. According to Chadha, the Congress is over and lying in ruins, and the BJP’s Operation Lotus failed in Delhi and Punjab due to the AAP MLAs. Only AAP, according to the Rajya Sabha MP, can compete against the BJP on a national level.

The AAP made fun of Rahul Gandhi by depicting him calling the bids for the MLA in a footage from the Bollywood film “Welcome,” in which a painting was being auctioned. In response, the Congress made fun of Kejriwal with the song De Daru. The Congress then mocked Bhagwant Mann’s claim that BMW missed a statement by using a clip from the Akshay Kumar film Kesari.

The BJP allegedly tried to poach its MLAs in Punjab after attempting to bribe the Delhi MLAs, according to the Aam Aadmi Party. Based on a complaint that the BJP had approached at least 10 MLAs with a $25 million offer, the Punjab Police opened an investigation.

According to Kejriwal, the Congress is equally to blame for the BJP’s attempts to unseat MLAs across the nation. Since we exposed them, they were unable to defeat our MLAs in Delhi-Punjab, but Congress was unable to defend its MLAs, Kejriwal claimed.