It was a winter afternoon on 2014 in an All India Congress Committee convention in New Delhi where Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar invited the then NDA's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi to sell tea there.
He also stated that the remarks made by Congress will be taken up by BJP during the election campaign in Gujarat, as insult of the Prime Minister was an insult of "Gujarati asmita (pride)".
The comment massively backfired, Congress was dethroned and BJP made history by not only winning majority in the general elections, but doing it by a fair margin.
Yuva Desh had tweeted a picture of Prime Minister Modi in conversation with United States President Donald Trump and UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
"Aap logon ne dekha vipaksh mere kaise kaise maimai banvata hai?". It shows the PM asking Trump and May if they are aware about the various "memes" (with a wrong pronunciation) that have been put out by the opposition against him. Trump corrects him, saying the word is pronounced as "meem", while May tells him to go and sell tea.
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Taking strong exception to the tweet, Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani demanded an explanation from Rahul Gandhi over whether he approved it. "This blatantly classist and anti-poor Tweet by the Youth Congress shows their mindset towards India's poor. Does Crown Prince @OfficeOfRG support this?" The Spokesperson of Communication department head, Randeep Surjewala said: "INC (Indian National Congress) strongly disapproves and rejects such humour through memes. Despite huge political differences with BJP and having suffered abuse from their leaders, we respect the PM and all the political opponents".
The apologies from Congress, was unable to supress the anger of numerous BJP leaders.
Hitting back at the Congress for its attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over use of language against political rivals, the BJP on Wednesday said the grand old party should introspect on how many times its leaders have used derogatory language against Mr Modi and his party.
Seems Congress has learnt very little lessons from the past.