Yogi Adityanath took a dig at Rahul Gandhi’s comment that he prefers the mangoes of Andhra Pradesh above those of UP
Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, criticized Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for his remark on the taste of mangoes.
CM Yogi Adityanath took a dig at Rahul Gandhi’s comment that he prefers the mangoes of Andhra Pradesh above those of Uttar Pradesh, in a tweet, saying that Rahul Gandhi’s taste is divisive like his thinking.
When asked by reporters whether he likes the mangoes of UP? Rahul Gandhi replied, “I like Andhra, I don’t like UP mangoes’ (I like the taste of mangoes from Andhra Pradesh, I do not like mangoes from UP.)”
The Chief Minister tagged Rahul Gandhi in a tweet, writing, “Mr. Rahul Gandhi. Yes, your taste itself is divisive. The whole nation is aware of your divisive rites.”
The UP CM said that Rahul’s contentious rites are well-known across the country and accused the Congress leader of throwing the flavor of fruit into the fire of regionalism due to the dominance of disruptive ceremonies on him.
“The effect of disruptive malpractice on you is so dominating that you have thrown the taste of fruit into the fire of regionalism. But keep in mind that the ‘taste’ of India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari is one,” Yogi said.