Prakash Raj, who has been not wasting any opportunity to criticise the BJP over its politics and agenda, has mocked the saffron party after the early trends indicated that it was losing in Rajasthan and a few other states in the Assembly elections.
"CITIZENS mann ki baat .. elections after elections.. BYE BYE BJP ...do you all know the reasons. OR when will you think ..with REASON #justasking [sic]," the versatile actor took Twitter.
Prakash Raj is a strong critic of the BJP. He actively comments on any development related to the saffron party and viciously attacks Narendra Modi at every given opportunity.
It may be recalled that Prakash Raj actively campaigned against the BJP during the Karnataka Assembly elections in May. After the fractured mandate, the actor had posted, "Karnataka elections Watching ..watching .. the game BJP. Inspite of obscene money power.. muscle power.. big lies.. is short of half way mark.. fails to take power on their own .Two parties have come together.. claiming majority .. BuT wait dear citizens. The drama unfolds NOW [sic]."
The multilingual actor started actively commenting on politics after his friend and scribe Gauri Lankesh was killed by assailants, who are allegedly associated with right-wing groups.
Coming to the elections, five states (Telangana, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Mizoram) had gone for elections. At the time of publishing the story, the Congress was leading in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, while there is a neck-to-neck competition in Madhya Pradesh.
TRS has registered a landslide victory in Telangana and Mizo National Front (MNF) leads with a good margin in Mizoram.