"Modiji got confused between press conference and mann ki baat" : Twitter after Modi's 'press conference'
"Calling what Modi & Amit shah did right now a press conference is like calling Arnab Goswami a journalist" : Kunal Kamra tweeted
Modi ji finally did it. He finally addressed a press conference. Like every newsroom, the atmosphere here was palpable, but, sadly it was everything that we expected. Which is to say, it was an absolosute dud, like his acche din.
Rightly so, Twitter was brutal, and we present you the best reactions.
Rahul Gandhi also appreciated Modi's courageous attempt.
Congratulations Modi Ji. Excellent Press Conference! Showing up is half the battle. Next time Mr Shah may even allow you to answer a couple of questions. Well done!— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) May 17, 2019
Press conference or mann ki baat?
Modiji got confused between press conference and mann ki baat.— Pratik Sinha (@free_thinker) May 17, 2019
Modi is basically attending Amit Shah's press conference?— Manisha Pande (@MnshaP) May 17, 2019
Modi's "Press Conference" is classic "Acche Din".— Varun Santhosh (@santvarun) May 17, 2019
He raised expectations, kept India waiting and never delivered...
So it was a press conference by Amit Shah with a special appearance by a visibly annoyed Prime Minister Modi as the headliner.— meghnad (@Memeghnad) May 17, 2019
Did I get that right?
How can we miss mentioning our favorite, Arnab Goswami?
Calling what Modi & Amit shah did right now a press conference is like calling Arnab Goswami a journalist.— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) May 17, 2019
Press conference or Jumla?
This is a press appearance.— Zainab Sikander (@zainabsikander) May 17, 2019
NOT Modi ji's press conference.
Media should correct itself. pic.twitter.com/UG6Q9gHcD8
How many questions did 56" chested super macho alpha male supreme leader Narendra Damodardas Modi answer in his first (and last) ever press conference?— Zimmedar Official PeeingHuman (@thepeeinghuman) May 17, 2019
Hint : same as number of unscripted interviews he has done in the last 5 years pic.twitter.com/nkx6FUtzSl