Kapil Sharma hits out at Modi on ‘Acche Din’, Fadnavis vows to act

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Delhi, 9 Sept: Comedian-Actor Kapil Sharma launched a surprise attack on Prime Minister Modi in the early hours of Friday Morning for lack of ‘acche din’.

He expressed his disappointment over the demand of bribe by BMC despite being a fat taxpayer.  He announced on his twitter handle:

 

Bringing Acche din (Good days) were one of the key vows of BJP during 2014 elections to indicate that a prosperous future was in store when the BJP came to power.

Meanwhile, the leaders got the chance to turn Comedian Kapil’s allegation against BMC into a huge controversy.

The BJP MP Kirit Somaiya from Mumbai North East constituency tweeted saying:

BJP leader Manoj Tiwari told media that Kapil shouldn’t have dragged PM Modi into this. He should have filed a written complaint. He pays Rs 15 crore income tax, that means he earns Rs 50-60 crore. Kapil ke achche din hain. He should trust PM Modi. India is going through a lot of problems and he is seeing only his problem.

Tiwari added, “He should tell us the name of the culprit and we will investigate the case within 24 hrs. It’s another thing if he is targetting BJP with a bad intention.”

In a conversation, Tiwari also dragged Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and said, because of Kejriwal it has nowadays become a fashion to drag PM Modi into every single issue. He said Kapil shouldn’t have launched such a “ghatiya” attack.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has replied to Kapil Sharma’s tweet saying they will take strict action against the culprit.

The BMC meanwhile which was quick to reply to it put out a statement by the BMC vigilance chief engineer Manohar Pawar that the BMC has taken a serious view of the corruption. They also requested the actor to give the name of a person to enable the civic body to take strict action of the matter.

Recently, Comedy Nights alumni Navjot Singh Sidhu resigned from the BJP and on Thursday launched his own front named as ‘Awaaz-e-Punjab’.

Wefornews Bureau

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