Memes flood after Narendra Modi’s slip of tongue on Beti Patao slogan

By: News Desk
Published: 02:15 PM, 22 Jan, 2022
Memes flood after Narendra Modi’s slip of tongue on Beti Patao slogan
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Twitter trends and active trolls are a match made in heaven. The memes tend to go even more viral, if a famous person is involved. The latest subject is Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his Beti Bachao Beti Patao gaffe.

The Indian prime minister was delivering a speech. He was going good, for the great orator he is, and then something happened which proved to be food for thought for memers and trolls. In his speech, Modi was talking about the Beti Bachao Beti Parhao campaign. However, he stumbled and said Beti Patao, instead of Beti Parhao.

Countless memes have already surfaced on the internet, and more are surely coming. A lot of users repeatedly asked whether they had heard Modi’s speech correctly. Many users joked about how the Indian prime minister said that Beti Bachao Beti Patao has been a great success. Many of these memes bought up recent Teleprompter memes as well.

A user claimed that Beti Bachao Beti Parhao is Modi’s new campaign, and nothing less should be expected from the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP).

Another used called out Modi on being a Meme Minister instead of a Prime Minister.

https://twitter.com/AseemAn33925929/status/1484113301965803526

In one tweet, a picture of BJP’s Manoj Bajpayee was shared. The caption called him the brand ambassador of the Beti Bachao Beti Parhao campaign.

The memes didn’t just mention Modi. One user tweeted a picture of Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, with a caption asking for a bride for himself.

https://twitter.com/KingOfPunjabG/status/1484127947498082306

Some other users, straight up, called their beloved Prime Minister a pervert to even let something like slip.

This is not the first time this week that the Indian prime minister turned into a joker from an ace. Earlier this week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was giving a speech at the World Economic Forum, and he abruptly stopped. Even though his teleprompter failing was not the real reason behind his pause, it was just good enough for the trolls.