‘Camera Nikon and cover Canon’, TMC got heavily trolled for trolling PM Modi

A BJP leader Sukanta Majumdar surrounded TMC chief Mamata Banerjee. After which the Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP had to delete his tweet on PM Modi.

TMC got heavy to make fun of PM Modi.

The opposition keeps an eye on every activity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The opposition never lets go of an opportunity to corner him and his government, even if the issue has to be made by ‘Canon’ and ‘Nikon’. PM Modi brought from Namibia on his birthday i.e. 17 September cheetahs was released in Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. During this, he was also seen doing photography of cheetahs. With a safari cap and sunglasses, the style of photography of PM Modi was no less than a professional. But the opposition started the debate of ‘Canon’ and ‘Nikon’ in this too.

Actually, the camera with which PM Modi was doing photography. Regarding that, the opposition claimed that the cover of the camera ‘Nikon’ is ‘Canon’. Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Jawahar Sarkar shared a morphed photo (edited) mocking the PM. He wrote on Twitter with the photo, ‘It is one thing to keep a lid on all the figures. But putting a cover on the lens of the camera is sheer farsightedness. BJP did not lag behind even after attacking the morphed photo of a Trinamool Congress MP.

TMC shared edited photo of PM

As soon as TMC leader shared this edited photo of PM Modi. Similarly, a BJP leader Sukant Majumdar surrounded TMC chief Mamata Banerjee. He told that a ‘Nikon’ camera with ‘Canon’ cover is visible in the picture of PM Modi shared by the TMC leader. Sukant Majumdar also wrote on Twitter, ‘TMC Rajya Sabha MP is sharing an edited photo of Nikon camera with Canon cover. There has been such a bad attempt to spread fake propaganda.

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BJP surrounded Mamta Banerjee

Taking a jibe at Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee, he further wrote, ‘Mamata Banerjee…hire a better person, who has at least common sense.’ Soon after Majumdar’s counterattack, TMC MP Jawahar Sarkar deleted his tweet. Let us inform that 8 cheetahs reached India on Saturday morning by a special flight from Namibia. PM Modi left three of these in Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh. While the remaining five were released by other leaders.


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