Lalu Yadav Trolled on Twitter Following his Photoshopped Crowd in His Rally

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a reputation of tearing apart the opposition and since he has arrived in the national arena he has been quite successful in doing that. It’s an open secret that no opposition party can stop Namo or his party alone, so the opposition parties have been planning a grand alliance for a long time. However, the biggest blow to this grand alliance was Nitish Kumar joining hands with BJP and making coalition government. Earlier, Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav fought Bihar elections in alliance and made their government but things didn’t work out for long.

Still hopeful of their chances in 2019, RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav organized a rally in Patna on Sunday under the banner of “BJP Bhagao, Desh Bachao” and many political leaders including West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Baneerjee and former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav attended it. In simple words, it is an attempt to form a grand alliance by bringing all the anti-Modi leaders on one platform.

However, one mistake that Lalu Prasad Yadav made was that in over-enthusiasm, he tweeted a photoshopped image of crowd gathered in his rally in Gandhi Maidan, Patna. This is the image that he tweeted with caption, “No “Face” will stand in front of Lalu’s “Base”. Come & Count as much as u can in Gandhi Maidan, Patna #DeshBachao”

Here are a series of tweets Lalu Posted on Twitter:

The news agency ANI showed the difference in the real image and the photoshopped one:

Even Twitter was quick to point out the mistakes in the photo and made it clear that the image was photoshopped: