“Who Ate My Dosa?”: BJP’s Tejasvi Surya, Congress In New Face-Off

BJP’s Tejasvi Surya claimed he by no means obtained the dosas despatched by Congress


Rivals BJP and Congress in Karnataka are presently locked in a Twitter ‘warfare’ over a easy snack – dosa. On Saturday, Congress despatched ten parcels of masala dosas to BJP chief Tejasvi Surya by supply app Dunzo. However, when Mr Surya claimed that he by no means obtained the consignments, Congress took a jibe at him, saying this was indicative of the corruption within the state as somebody at Mr Surya’s workplace should have eaten the dosas.

It all began late final week after a video went viral on social media, displaying Mr Surya having a masala dosa at an eatery in Padmanabhanagar and asking individuals to go to the place. Congress leaders quickly launched an assault on Mr Surya on Twitter, saying the BJP chief was having a superb time whereas Bengaluru residents had been grappling with extreme waterlogging within the metropolis.

Mr Surya tweeted: “Congress held a presser yesterday and announced they have sent a Masala Dosa parcel to my house. It’s been more than 24 hours & I still haven’t received it. They have scammed here as well. They can’t deliver a dosa properly and they dream of delivering good governance!”

Replying to Mr Surya’s tweet, Tejesh Kumar tweeted: “Dear @Tejasvi_Surya, infact the Dosas were sent to your office address and Acknowledgement of the same is attached for your reference. Was aware of 40% corruption in Govt, now we got to know 100% corruption in your office as someone in your office has ate your Dosas. #Corruption.”

The Indian Express reported quoting sources that native police stated a Dunzo supply particular person had arrived close to Mr Surya’s home, however was turned away by the police.

When requested to touch upon the difficulty, Mr Surya advised the media that it was a conspiracy towards him. “The Congress, along with a section of people with ‘vested interests,’ is giving others the wrong impression that the whole of Bengaluru is flooded. That is not the case. Only five per cent of the Bellandur area is affected (by the floods). This is a conspiracy to defame our government and Bengaluru.” 

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