Tweet controversy: Shashi Tharoor's tweet sparked controversy again, surrounded by selfies with six women MPs 

Pankaj Prasad
Pankaj Prasad 29/11/2021 18:56 IST
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Congress MP Shashi Tharoor tweeted a picture with six MPs today, triggering a new controversy.

Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Monday came under attack from social media users after he posted a selfie with six women MPs on Twitter. Actually, the objection of the netizens was regarding the caption given about the photo. The caption of this picture was- Who says Lok Sabha is not an attractive place to work? Due to this, he went home in controversies.

Tharoor said, the photo taken in a funny way gave rise to the controversy by many netizens targeting him. Tharoor later apologized for hurting some people and said the photo was taken in a joking manner on the initiative of women MPs. He asked me to tweet it in the same way.

Shashi Tharoor had tweeted, 'Who says Lok Sabha is not an attractive place to work? This morning with six fellow MPs. In this photo she was accompanied by Baramati MP Supriya Sule, Patiala MP Preneet Kaur, South Chennai MP Thamizachi Thangapandiyan, Jadavpur MP Mimi Chakraborty, Basirhat MP Nusrat Jahan and Karur MP S Jyotimani.

Many people raised objection

Many users have objected to his tweet. Reacting sharply, National Commission for Women Chairperson Rekha Sharma tweeted, "You are humiliating her contribution to Parliament and politics by making her an object of attraction. Stop making women objectionable in Parliament.

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Supreme Court lawyer Karuna Nandy tweeted – Unbelievable that an MP like Shashi Tharoor would judge elected political leaders by their looks. Guys it's 2021. At the same time, responding to Nandi's tweet, badminton player and Arjuna Award winner Jwala Gutta tweeted – This is not compassion. I think we need to take some things lightly and not look at everything so closely. It was a compliment to all the women present in the Parliament who usually live in a tied knot!! This is just my opinion.

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