PATNA: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) president Lalu Prasad on Tuesday hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for allegedly openly adverting Paytm which is said to be jointly owned by a Chinese company.
“Has there been any Indian PM, who openly advertises the Chinese company and says ‘Paytm kar lo’ (do Paytm)?” RJD chief tweeted in Hindi today.
He then went out to explain the meaning of Paytm in his own style.
“PayTM means Pay to Me”, he alleged in the same tweet, suggesting the PM to maintain gravity of the post.
“Janab, PM garima ka pad hota hai,” Prasad added.
A couple of days back too, the RJD president had raised the issue alleging the Paytm would benefit China and foreign nations.
“The fact should be exposed as the BJP (Bhartiya Janata Party) has been opposing China,” was how Prasad told the media on Saturday.
Prasad’s move has attracted the attention of a certain section of the society since only last month during Diwali, Bihar took a lead in boycotting Chinese products after the Dragon was found supporting Pakistan.
Image Courtesy: Lalu Prasad/Twitter page