Big B Will Not Host Modi's Celebration But A Part Of It

By: Gaurav Bidasaria, 2016-05-26 06:15:00.0Category:  Personalities
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The Modi government has recently completed two years in the parliament, and being the dynamic personality that Modi is, he is going to celebrate his two years with a bash. The celebration will see the NDA government's achievement in the last two years.

It was earlier being reported that Big B, Amitabh Bachcan is going to host the event but that turned out to be a rumor of sorts. Though Amitabh Bachchan is going to be present in the celebration, he is only going to speak for the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Abhiyaan of which he is a brand ambassador. 

Amitabh Bachchan has been in the controversy for the longest time ever since the Bofors case surfaced, and it is a known fact that the Congress is not to fond the actor. When news started circulating that the veteran actor is going to host the grand party on Saturday, Congress started questioning Modi's move claiming that AB senior's name had come up in the Panama Papers scandal. 

"We want to question Modiji... he promised to bring back black money, promised to punish each person who was involved. Would it not send a wrong message to all investigative agencies when a person accused of money laundering is seen hosting a program to celebrate two years of the Modi government?" wondered Congressman Randeep Surjewala.

BJP on the other hand took this opportunity to take a  dig at Party president and youth icon Rahul Gandhi saying that people like and love Amitabh Bachchan more than Rahul Gandhi.

"Big B is a superstar and the people love him. The people of India love Big B more than Rahul Gandhi. The Congress does not need show its jealousy,"

It is to be noted here that neither Amitabh Bachchan or his family members have been proven guilty in the controversy surrounding the Panama Papers. I guess that is what politics is all about - constantly looking out for opportunities to take a dig at one another.

via - India Today

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