New posters in Gujarat lampoon Narendra Modi as Bollywood villainesses

The posters that surfaced in Rajkot

He has been compared to Sardar Patel and Swami Vivekanada. His followers have roared re-christening him as Gujarat ka Sher (Lion of Gujarat). But closer to the home of the quadruped lions of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, has now been compared to the monster-in-laws of yesteryears.

Posters surfaced in Rajkot on late Wednesday night comparing Modi with the roles of mean mothers-in-law, portrayed by Shashikala and Lalita Pawar in the bygone days of Hindi films. The morphed picture of Modi shows him draped in sari, complete with the accessories of bangles and vermillion.

“Sashikala and Lailta Pawar too appear small, so is Modi a mother-in-law,” reads the poster.

Further it goes on listing how Modi has created divides among comrades and in the party, beginning with Keshubhai Patel and Shankarsinh Vaghela.

Modi made the Hindus and Muslims fight, he created division within the Sangh, he divided the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, got the Dalits and the higher caste people to fight, the poster reads.

Modi created enmity between the Kadva Patels and Leuva Patels, rifts between Patels and the rest of the castes, got Ahirs and Karadia Rajputs to blows, divided Saurashtra and North Gujarat and created fissure within BJP, it goes on.

“Now in his bid to become the prime minister, he created fights within the NDA, which was working a little for the Hindu Society,” it adds.

“Now say, isn’t Modi a dangerous mother-in-law?” it asks.

While anti-Modi posters have been surfacing periodically all over the country now, his bête noire Sanjay Joshi, has already washed his hands off the poster offensive and has appealed to the BJP workers to refrain from poster war.

The posters targeting Modi started surfacing after he had forced Joshi out of the BJP during the party’s national executive in Mumbai last month and subsequently prevented him to travel through Gujarat by train.

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