‘When Indira Gandhi reached the moon’, then Mamta Banerjee’s tongue slipped, new ‘Chandragyan’ surfaced

The Chief Minister of West Bengal has once again come under attack for space knowledge. Actually, Mamta Banerjee was addressing a rally on the occasion of the foundation day anniversary of the Trinamool Chhatra Parishad (TMCP), the student wing of the All India Trinamool Congress (AITC). 

During this he said, ‘When Indira Gandhi reached the moon, she asked Rakesh (Sharma) how India looked from there. He replied ‘Saare Jahan Se Accha’. Last week congratulating the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on the success of its ambitious Chandrayaan-3 mission, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had said that Indira Gandhi had made ‘Rakesh Roshan’ Was asked that the ‘moon’ what the earth looks like from. 


As per Didi "1st Rakesh Roshan reached the Moon, Indira Gandhi asked Rakesh how India looks from the Moon"

Now "When Indira Gandhi reached the Moon, she asked Rakesh how India looks from the Moon"

Didi 🙏🏻🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/TNwI4yuTV1

— Kishore Thupati (@kishore_thupati) August 29, 2023

‘Chandragyan’ of leaders

Even before this, leaders have made mistakes regarding Chandrayaan 3. Last week Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was clueless about Chandrayaan 3 when asked to speak about it. Apart from this, Omprakash Rajbhar, Rajasthan Sports Minister Ashok Chandna also gave such statements, which were widely discussed on social media.

Talking to a news channel, Omprakash Rajbhar said, “We thank the scientists of India who are making new discoveries by doing research day by day. We congratulate those who are talking about Chandrayaan 3. Tomorrow is the time for him to come safely on earth, after his arrival, the whole country should welcome him. style ="text-align: justify;">thereChandrayaan 3 mission is unmanned. 

Read also:

‘If the party contests elections alone in Sikkim, it will not get even 500 votes’, why did the BJP MLA say this?

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top