BJP’s Kishore Questioned Why Vijay Returned In Scooter !! Got Trolled Like Never Before

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While entire social media is talking about why Vijay chose to reach the polling station in cycle, Kishore K Swamy, an ardent supporter of BJP party who identifies himself as a Political analyst, questioned why the actor returned in scooter and took a dig at the actor of making unnecessary stunts. Fans of the actor and several other users of the micro blogging social media site trolled him like never before by dropping comments for his tweet.

Pictures and videos of actor Vijay riding cycle to cast his vote are doing rounds in social media platforms since morning. Many people believe that the actor took an indirect dig at the central government’s petrol price hike whereas others say that he drove cycle to create awareness against the air pollution. However, along with millions of fans, enormous number of celebrities are celebrating the actor’s gesture. Criticisms for causing traffic and mass gathering are also surfacing in the online medium.

Meanwhile, Kishore K Swamy, a popular BJP supporter uploaded tweet asking why Vijay returned in a scooter after casting his vote by reaching the polling station through a cycle. “Joseph Vijay went to cast his vote by riding cycle and returned to him through someone else’s scooter. Why these unnecessary stunt ??” he asked in his tweet.

“சைக்கிளில் வோட்டு போடப் போயிட்டு இன்னொருவர் ஸ்கூட்டரில் வீடு திரும்பினார் ஜோசப் விஜய். எதுக்கு இந்த வெத்து விளம்பரம்?” read the tweet of Kishore K Swamy.

Check out his tweet below :

This tweet garnered trolls and criticisms from the fans of actor Vijay and public. “It is because to stop people like you from saying that he used cycle just to practice his physical exercise” said a follower whereas another asked whether he would return by foot after visiting temple by foot to perform rituals.

Check out some of such reactions below :

Tamil Nadu is expected to witness a close fight between AIADMK-BJP combine and the DMK-Congress coalition. Actor-politician Kamal Haasan’s Makkal Needhi Maiam, and TTV Dhinakaran’s Amma Makkal Munnetra Kazhagam are also contesting for the 234 seats in the state.

Kishore K Swamy

After weeks-long campaign sessions, marathon rallies and mammoth road shows, the southern states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala and the union territory of Puducherry will vote in the third phase of the eight-phased election today. Voting in West Bengal and Assam – which voted in the first two phases – will also take place in the third phase.

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