RPN Singh joined the BJP leader a day back, evoking a sharp reaction from Congress leaders, including its speaker Supriya Shrinate, that called him a “coward”.

A day after Congress leader RPN Singh joined the BJP, his previous party coworker Shashi Tharoor on Wednesday took a dig at the ruling party with a rhyme as well as a quip on the BJP’s catchphrase of ‘Congress-mukt Bharat’ (Congress-free India), saying it was now “Congress-yukt BJP” (Congress-powered BJP).

Just weeks ahead of Uttar Pradesh setting up surveys, Mr. Singh gave up the Congress celebration on Tuesday as well as signed up with the BJP, in the most up to date trouble for the grand old event.

A union priest during Head of state Manmohan Singh’s 2nd term, the 57-year-old leader signed up with the BJP at the celebration head office, evoking a sharp response from Congress leaders, including its agent Supriya Shrinate, that called him a “coward”.

On Wednesday, Mr Tharoor took to Twitter to claim in Hindi, “‘ Chorh kar ja rahe hain ghar apna, shayad unke kuch aur sapne hain, ab udhar bhi sab apna sa hai, abdominal udhar bhi toh sabhi apne hain. (Congress-yukt BJP)'” The tweet about converts to: “He is leaving his home, maybe he has other desires; now there also it feels homely, there likewise are our very own people”.

Reacting To Mr. Tharoor, nationwide spokesperson of the Congress Pawan Khera claimed in a tweet in Hindi: “One who could not be true to his ideology, can not be our own.” Obtaining the significance of the ‘Bhagwad Gita’, Mr. Khera said, “Need to beat those who separate individuals in 80-20, O Arjun; don’t try to find your individuals there, don’t look for dreams there.”

After joining the BJP, Mr. Singh applauded Prime Preacher Narendra Modi, as well as claimed the Congress is not the same celebration where he worked for 32 years as well as that he desires to contribute to the country’s growth.

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Last Updated: 27 Jan 2022