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CM’s gaffe infections spreading in Cabinet : Netizens trolled Tripura Edu Minister, suggest ‘mental checkup’ after continuous gaffes from 86% Indians having AIDS to Mumbai attack on November 26, 26 January
TIWN Jan 28, 2020
CM’s gaffe infections spreading in Cabinet : Netizens trolled Tripura Edu Minister, suggest ‘mental checkup’ after continuous gaffes from 86% Indians having AIDS to Mumbai attack on November 26, 26 January
PHOTO : Tripura CM, Education Minister Ratanlal Nath in same dais. TIWN File Photo.

AGARTALA, Jan 28 (TIWN): From gaffe prone Chief Minister, now gaffe stocks of other leaders hit the Cabinet of the BJP-IPFT Govt as along with CM, Tripura’s Education Minister is releasing gaffes one after one in a full wave. Before few months, Education Minister Ratanlal Nath compared Agartala auto fare with space-journey, saying rockets costing lower than roadway rides under Modi era, then one month back, the Minister said that 86% people in India are infected by HIV AIDS. Now, netizens have suggested Nath to go for a mental checkup after he said that one 26th January Mumbai attack took place and thus 26th January is also a sad day for India. On Republic Day ceremony, Ratan Lal said that 'November 26th, 26th January, on this day Bombay attack took place'- Minister’s abnormal comment of calling 26th January as 26th November, 2008 when Mumbai attacks took place, reminded public Ratan Lal’s earlier abnormal comments ‘India’s 86% infected by AIDs’ disease. Social media users have trolled the Minister for his bizarre comment, confusion with dates saying 26th January is also a day for mourning as the Mumbai terror attack took place in the very day.

This is not the first time that the Minister has said so but earlier also due to similar speeches he was trolled in social media. Both the Chief Minister and Ratanlal Nath having record of extra, unnecessary talks led them to tarnish their images by themselves.

Social media users have trolled Nath heavy comments, only few of them are :

  1. Education minister who is torch bearer of quality what will tell him?......
  2. He is our Hon'ble education minister
  3. Jhul effect
  4. I want to do treatment to his brain... Let me confirm whether there is 1% of human brain or not...
  5. yea toh honah hi tha RSS KAH KAMAL.
  6.  Shame of our state
  7. People of Tripura should be proud of this government. I mean where can you find such funny and entertaining ministers doing stand up comedy everyday ?? Only in Tripura ??
  8. I request the Admin, pls give Education Minister a Nobel prize for that !
  9. Atha onar dosh noi ..ata amader dosh ,,,,Amra vote diya murko education minister banaisi .......agamidin ,,,r Naa ,,,,,,akon jei election a darabe ,,taar suddopurush background cinta koira vote dimu ,,sobai ek mot Ni ?
  10. Ai hole qualify education, una k abr Nursery school a patano darker   Etc Click TIWN YouTube link to see Ratanlal Nath's speech

On December 14, 2019, Ratan Lal once again shocked a Quiz Competition participants by uttering that ‘India’s 86% population are infected by AIDS’ disease, whereas published Central Govt data shows only 0.03% AIDS infections in India. Same Ratan Lal commented in another programme that Tripura got 40 lakhs Teachers whereas Tripura’s population is 37 lakhs. Ratan Lal’s loose comments in various programs during evenings raising doubts over Minister’s mental health condition. Nath was trolled in social media for his speech and his speech-video is viral.

Ratanlal Nath earlier came in media controversy after he visited schools, colleges in College hours and entered in class room with huge numbers of media persons, scolded, insulted students and various times ill-treated teachers and College principal. A school headmistress was bound to break down in tears after insulted by Nath before dozens of camera men. (TIWN YouTube Link to see Ratanlal Nath's speech)

 It should not matter if auto-service in Agartala charges rupees 10 per kilometer as citing example of India’s development, Education Minister Ratanlal Nath said on September 5, 2019 India is progressing and all other countries are being surprised with our country’s invention.

“It is only Rs. 7 per km for India to go to Mars. That is how much the journey to mars cost India. That is cheaper than an auto ride in Agartala is Rs. 10”, said Ratanlal Nath.

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