Breaking News

So that’s why PM was standing with folded hands – started making such comments on Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s airlines

Stock market veteran Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s airlines have got approval. In such a situation, the reaction of users is also coming on social media. In which people are taking a jibe at Jhunjhunwala’s meeting with the PM.

Stock market veteran Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s Akasa Airlines has got the green signal from the Ministry of Civil Aviation. According to reports, Akasa will start flying by the summer of next year. Let us tell you, recently Rakesh Jhunjhunwala also met Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Recently, Jhunjhunwala was also questioned about this meeting at the India Today Conclave. He was asked, ‘Why did he (PM) invite you… Yeh nahi pooche hum. What did he tell you and what did you tell him?’ In response to this, he had said, ‘What did you talk to my wife in the honeymoon.. This is something to tell.’

Now social media users are taunting by linking the meeting of PM Modi and Jhunjhunwala and the approval of their airlines company. Twitter user Shahid writes, ‘Now this means that the groom has got his face.’ One user writes, ‘Now they will understand that running an airline is not like doing any insider trading.’ ASM Daniel wrote on Twitter, ‘Is this the same Jhunjhunwala in front of whom our Prime Minister stood and he was sitting. The government should understand this and their airlines’ application should be rejected immediately.

Will the decision be proved right? Another user writes, ‘Air India’s fare is very low compared to other airlines. But its connectivity is very limited. In such a situation, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s Akasa Airlines can directly benefit. User Vijay commented, ‘If someone wants to become a millionaire from a millionaire, then he starts airlines. Jhunjhunwala is going to be an example of this.

User Shubhajit wrote on this, ‘Good. Rakesh ji was hiding this thing. Finally the secret was revealed as to what had happened in that meeting. A user named Irfan Ahmed writes, ‘It should be called Insider Airlines.’ User Dharmendra Srivastava writes, ‘How will it happen if the Prime Minister is standing in front of him if his work is not done.’

Another user writes, ‘Thank you Modi ji. You have made development by putting the things of the people of the country in the hands of private companies. One user commented, ‘So that’s why PM Modi was standing with his hands folded during the meeting’.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *