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OH SNAP! Congress Reacts To BJP's Rap-video Based On 'Gully Boy' With A Viral Meme. See It Here

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Published:

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  • After the BJP posted a smashing rap video based on Gully Boy songs where it attacked the Congress recalling the many scams it has been accused of, the Congress has retorted with an equally
  • The Congress has sarcastically reacted to BJP's rap video tweet using the viral Nancy Pelosi meme

After the BJP posted a smashing rap video based on Gully Boy songs where it attacked the Congress recalling the many scams it has been accused of, the Congress has replied with an eye-ball catching reaction. 

The Congress has sarcastically reacted to BJP's rap video tweet using the viral 'Nancy Pelosi' meme.

The meme is based on Democratic Party's Nancy Pelosi whose  "pity clap" for Donald Trump at the 2019 State of the Union address stole the show at the event.

The clap is regarded by the netizens as 'throwing shade' at Trump and has gone viral with several making hilarious "clap back" memes on it.

WATCH: BJP Releases Spunky Rap-attack Video On Congress Based On 'Gully Boy', Twitter Says "Mic Drop"

In the BJP's  rap video, the party turns the table on Kanhaiya Kumar and the Congress as the song begins with the Azaadi chants reminiscent of the Azaadi song by Kanhaiya Kumar which gone viral, except the lyrics go "Azaadi" - with the text displaying the chant "Congress se Azaadi".

The rap begins immediately attacking the Congress calling it 'Notonki Sarkar," accusing it of corruption and showing the multiple scams the Congress government has been accused of.

The rap and the video, worth a watch, end with a smashing finale with PM Narendra Modi's remark on Mahatma Gandhi and the Congress.

The Congress reply to the BJP post video has received several comments:

The BJP on Sunday had kicked off a pair of programs geared towards the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, with party president Amit Shah initiating 'Bharat Ke Mann Ki Baat - Modi Ke Saath' and the 'Sankalp Patra' initiative.

Amit Shah launched the month-long campaign Bharat Ke Mann Ki Baat with Union Home Minister Ranath Singh seeking views and suggestions from at least 10 crore families to help BJP draft its 'Sankalp Patra' (manifesto) for the upcoming general elections in the country.

READ | BJP Chief Amit Shah Sounds Poll Bugle For 2019, Invites People's Suggestions For Party Manifesto With 'Bharat Ke Mann Ki Baat' Campaign

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