Congress’s Manish Tewari trolled for pointing out ’50 Shades of Gray’ in Lok Sabha

    Congress’s Manish Tewari trolled for pointing out ’50 Shades of Gray’ in Lok Sabha

    Congress leader Manish Tiwari speaking in Lok Sabha.

    NEW DELHI: Congress leaderManish Tewarion Tuesday chanced on himself being trolled within the social media after he talked about widespread 2011 romance unique ‘Fifty Shades of Gray’ whereas speaking in Lok Sabha within the course of the controversy onJammu and KashmirReorganisation Invoice.
    Rapidly after Tewari made a speech, dwelling ministerAmit Shahrequested him to account for whether or no longer Congress celebration is against or in give a enhance to of the abrogation ofArticle 370in Jammu and Kashmir.
    In acknowledge, Tewari acknowledged, “Ek angrezi ki kitaab hai, har cheez kali aur safed nahi hoti, (there may perhaps be an English nove, the complete lot is now not any longer in shaded and white) there are fifty shades of grey in between,” he spoke back.
    Tewari’s comment did now not suit several social media users, who poked relaxing at his reference to the radical.
    “Manish Tewari seems to be to score read #fiftyshadesofgrey closing evening, and climaxed vigorously in Lok Sabha. #ShameOnCongress,” one Twitter user wrote.
    But one more tweeted, “As quickly as Manish Tewari talked about 50 Shades of Gray, your total country now on Google.”
    One user acknowledged, “Congress’s Manish Tewari suggests no longer the complete lot is shaded or white, there are 50 shades of grey in between. And the correct segment is dwelling minister Amit Shah’s laughter within the course of the assertion. Absolute most practical debate ever.”

    But one more user wondered “what became once Manish Tewari taking into consideration in mind whereas announcing this?”
    Amit Shah this day moved the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Invoice 2019, The Jammu and Kashmir Reservation (Second Amendment) Invoice 2019 and the choice revoking Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir in Lok Sabha.

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