Amid farmer protests in Madhya Pradesh, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan began fasting on June 10 for the “restoration of peace” in Mandsaur. He called off the fast in just a day but what caught everybody’s attention on Twitter was a photo of the CM. What was so special, you ask? In the photo that is going viral on social media, Chouhan can be seen standing in a dramatic manner with one hand on his chest and another pointing forward. The CM’s photo has given an opportunity to Twitterati to come up with hilarious memes, and you would not want to miss them!.
Before breaking his fast, Chouhan said: “we will make the state land use advisory service so that farmers get correct and timely information about climate change. I promise that along with BJP government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, we will irrigate every land. We have decided to implement every policy with the consent of farmers”.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to this funny photo of MP CM:
शीशे का था दिल मेरा, पत्थर का ज़माना था दिल टूट गया pic.twitter.com/rLNGYQApj8
— Ashish Malik (@Ashishgpk) June 11, 2017
_____ ____ __ ___ ____ ____, __ _______ _____ __ ___ _ pic.twitter.com/lphsAS11Yn
— Venkatesh (@BaapKaMaalHai) June 11, 2017
Ek chutki sindoor ki keemat tum kya jaano, Ramesh babu __
— Veena Iyer (@thisiyersonfire) June 11, 2017
— Lazy Lion (@pun_zabi) June 11, 2017
— BokaaBaba (@irisplayHQ) June 12, 2017
— IMRAN KHAN (@imranmkkhan) June 11, 2017
Dil ka aalam
Me kya batau tujhe…. pic.twitter.com/rW9DVHLdGk
— Sangam (@iAm_Sangam) June 11, 2017
See the sincerity in acting if Ramgopalverma sees this he vl make a movie Shivraj K dil k sholay pic.twitter.com/tLTxkPuwmq
— indianmba08 (@indianmba08) June 11, 2017
He’s singing “Hum tum se juda ho k mar jaenge ro ro k” for his CM seat, coz next election he’ll be kicked out by Congress
— Afyhussain (@Afyhussain11) June 11, 2017
Shivraj Singh Chouhan ended his fast within 36 hrs by Singing “Mujrim Na Kahna Mujhe Logon” to prove his innocence in the death of 5 Farmers pic.twitter.com/EkeTPjw9HN
— Invincible (@i_me_my5elf) June 11, 2017
— Aaditya Puranik (@Aaditya_Puranik) June 11, 2017
It all began when the photo of Shivraj Singh Chouhan with the lyrics of song “Tum to thehre pardesi… saath kya nibhaaoge..” and Bollywood dialogue like “Ek chutki sindoor ki keemat tum kya jaano, Ramesh babu started trending on the social media.
Protest in Mandsaur took an ugly turn when six farmers were killed during the protest. While five died in police firing last week, the sixth succumbed on Friday to injuries suffered during a baton charge in Mandsaur.