Congress on Saturday sent out ten parcels of masala dosas to BJP leader Tejasvi Surya, yet Mr Surya asserted he never received the consignments

Competitors BJP and Congress in Karnataka are presently secured a Twitter ‘battle’ over a simple treat – dosa. On Saturday, Congress sent out ten parcels of masala dosas to BJP leader Tejasvi Surya via distribution app Dunzo. However, when Mr Surya asserted that he never received the consignments, Congress took a jibe at him, saying this was a sign of the corruption in the state as somebody at Mr Surya’s office should have eaten the dosas.

Everything started late recently after a video clip went viral on social media sites, showing Mr Surya having a masala dosa at an eatery in Padmanabhanagar and also asking people to go to the place. Congress leaders quickly released an attack on Mr Surya on Twitter, claiming the BJP leader was enjoying while Bengaluru residents were facing extreme waterlogging in the city.

Mr Surya tweeted: “Congress held a presser the other day and also announced they have actually sent a Masala Dosa parcel to my home. It’s been greater than 1 day & I still haven’t gotten it. They have actually scammed here as well. They can’t supply a dosa appropriately and they dream of supplying good governance!”

Replying to Mr Surya’s tweet, Tejesh Kumar tweeted: “Dear @Tejasvi_Surya, infact the Dosas were sent out to your workplace address and also Recognition of the same is connected for your recommendation. Understood 40% corruption in Govt, now we got to know 100% corruption in your office as somebody in your workplace has ate your Dosas. #Corruption.”

The Indian Express reported pricing estimate resources that neighborhood police said a Dunzo delivery person had actually arrived near Mr Surya’s residence, however was averted by the police.

When asked to discuss the issue, Mr Surya told the media that it was a conspiracy versus him. “The Congress, in addition to a section of people with ‘vested interests,’ is providing others the incorrect perception that the whole of Bengaluru is flooded. That is not the case. Just five per cent of the Bellandur location is impacted (by the floods). This is a conspiracy theory to disparage our federal government and also Bengaluru.”

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Last Updated: 13 September 2022