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TMC Leader Slams BJP Says, “Jhukega Nahi S****”; Later Apologizes After Backlash


“Jhukega nahi s****,” said TMC Leader as he directed BJP workers to “open their ears” and listen to the dialogues from the movie ‘Pushpa’

New Delhi: A political row erupted as Trinamool Congress leader Manoj Tiwary slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party with the iconic dialogue from Pushpa movie, “jhukega nahi s****“. Reacting on his jibe at the party, BJP leader Umesh Rai said the entire West Bengal government was like the ‘Pushpa’ movie. Remarks made by the minister reflect his party’s character.

“The entire West Bengal government is like the ‘Pushpa’ film. The Trinamool leader spoke in the same way in which a red sandalwood peddler publicly says ‘jhukega nahi s****‘, Manoj Tiwary also said the same,” said Umesh Rai, BJP’s state secretary.

He said that the way Tiwary spoke is similar to the red sandalwood smuggler’s attitude in the movie. He said, “The person who has exploited the rights of the youth of West Bengal, someone who has taken away the future of the youth in the state, rice thieves, the way this politician spoke and behave are similar to the red sandalwood smuggler. It depicts the real character of Trinamool.”

Tiwary made these remarks while addressing a Trinamool rally on December 11. The sports minister asked his party’s supporters to remain united. While addressing a Trinamool Congress (TMC) rally, Tiwary, who is Minister of State for Sports in the Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal government, encouraged the workers from Howrah Maidan`s assembly stage.

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Jhukega nahi s****,” said Tiwary as he directed BJP workers to “open their ears” and listen to the dialogues from the movie ‘Pushpa’.

His remarks triggered a political backlash. During a Media Briefing, Manoj Tiwary apologized. “I should not have spoken like that,” he said.

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