Congress Brutally Trolls PM Narendra Modi with New Game of 'Memory'
Despite Narendra Modi sweeping the national electorate in 2014 with a campaign that promised to exorcize the spectre of corruption that loomed so large over the UPA administrations, the NDA has also been haunted by its share of scams.
(Illustration: Mir Suhail)
Even while the dust from the recent Assembly Election results of five states is still to settle (Kaun Banega CM is still being played by the media and political parties), the Congress party, flush with victory, is now looking towards the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections. And their latest move has us flat out amazed.
Despite Narendra Modi sweeping the national electorate in 2014 with a campaign that promised to exorcize the spectre of corruption that loomed so large over the UPA administrations, the NDA has also been haunted by its share of scams. And the Congress is doing everything it can to rub it in.
While you wait on tenterhooks to know the new Chief Ministers of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh, distract yourself with this fun new game we found. https://t.co/L8HKptVtLC— Congress (@INCIndia) December 13, 2018
Taking a byte out of Modi's social media playbook, people of so far unknown identity (AHEM!) have created an easy to play and easy to load online game, modeled after the memory cards so popular among those in their first as well as second childhoods. 24 cards lie face down own your screen, each bearing the legend, 'Corrupt Modi'.
There are 12 pairs of cards which you have to find and match, each pair referring to one of the many scams that have been perpetrated on Indian taxpayers and the public at large. The game can be found on the totally not partisan website, corruptmodi.com.
Upon successfully finding all the pairs, you're congratulated for your basic competencey at skills of memory and object permanence, and are given the inviting option of sharing your victory with the world on various social media platforms.
Find the game here.
Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox - subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what's happening in the world around you – in real time.
Recommended For You
- Panipat Box Office Day 1: Arjun Kapoor, Kriti Sanon's Film Has a Slow Start
- Hyderabad Encounter: Petition Filed in NHRC Seeking Autopsy of Bodies of the Rape Accused
- Data Protection Law Gets Closer to Reality With Stiff Penalties for Data Leaks And Breaches
- 'Black Friday': Italian Newspaper Sparks Race Row With Front Page Headline on Lukaku, Smalling Clash
- Former Mumbai Cricketer Robin Morris Arrested Over Alleged Kidnapping: Report