Rahul Gandhi's AAM Politics: UP CM Adityanath takes a jibe at RaGa, says Your 'taste' is...

Rahul Gandhi made a statement that he does not like the mangoes of UP, but likes the mangoes of Andhra Pradesh. On this, UP CM Yogi Adityanath took a jibe - you have bad taste. Watch Viral Video

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Published on 24 July 2021 12:24 PM GMT

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said about the taste of mangoes of UP that I do not like mangoes of UP, I like mangoes of Andhra Pradesh. On this statement given by Rahul Gandhi, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken a jibe and said what to do, Rahul ji, your taste is divisive. The taste of India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari is one.

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Along with this, BJP leaders have also taken a dig at this statement of Rahul Gandhi. BJP MP from Gorakhpur Ravi Kishan has also targeted Rahul Gandhi's statement. Ravi Kishan has said that Rahul ji does not like mangoes of Uttar Pradesh and Congress does not like Uttar Pradesh equally.

Let us tell you that, Rahul Gandhi had come to hold a press conference and during this time someone questioned him about the choice of mango. During this, he said that, I do not like mangoes of Uttar Pradesh, I like mangoes of Andhra Pradesh. Apart from this, he said in his reply that, lame is still fine, but Dussehri is too sweet for me. The video of this statement is also becoming very viral.

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CM Yogi took a jibe at this statement of Rahul

UP CM Yogi Adityanath also attacked by tweeting about this statement of Rahul Gandhi. In his tweet, he wrote that, 'Your 'Test' itself is divisive. The whole country is aware of your divisive rites. The impact of disruptive malpractices on you is so dominant 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.

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