The tip post of Delhi Congress personality Ajay Maken’s Facebook page is a post about his tributes to Chandra Shekhar Azad on his birth anniversary.
The post is accompanied with a print of a late leisure warrior and, to safeguard we don’t forget who paid that reverence to Azad, there is also a hilariously placed tiny design of Maken in a tip right corner.
This seems like a normal (and forgettable) Facebook post, doesn’t it? Except it isn’t. And for all a wrong reasons. The Facebook post has an ‘Edited’ tag trustworthy to it, that comes adult usually when a chairman changes his post after posting it on Facebook. It does not, however, uncover a outrageous mistake that Maken, or whoever is handling Maken’s account, done while putting adult a strange post.
In his strange post, Maken had posted about his tributes to Chandra Shekhar Azad with a design of Bhagat Singh in a post. It unequivocally creates one consternation about how honest or critical Maken’s ‘tributes’ to Azad were, saying as how he substantially didn’t even realize accurately who he was profitable tributes to.
Here is a screenshot of a initial picture that was put adult by a Congress leader:
Maken’s outrageous goof-up comes merely a day after a Jharkhand Education Minister Neera Yadav insincere former President APJ Kalam to be passed and even gave a floral reverence to him during an eventuality in a propagandize in Koderma, Jharkhand.