TMC’s ‘khela hobe’ jingle goes viral, BJP utilizes it to hit back at

TMC’s popular survey jingle ‘Khela Hobe’ (game is on) appears to have likewise caught the fancy of rival BJP, as political heavyweights of both the celebrations draw recommendations to its lyrics, often even constructing mottos around the tune, at their public metings in Bengal. Originally written and published on YouTube by TMC leader Debangshu Bhattacharya in January, the jingle has actually given that gone through many variations, with the celebration’s Birbhum strongman Anubrata Mondal first providing it a spin and chanting ‘bhoyonkor khela hobe’ (fierce game will be played) at a rally.”The song ‘Khela Hobe’ has had the ability to establish an instant connect with individuals. It has gotten a favourable reaction from youth across the state,” Bhattacharya said.

At a current rally in Kamarhati constituency resolved by Bhattacharya, a thousand-strong crowd lapped up every word of the song provided in a rap format.

Previous minister and the ruling camp’s prospect from the constituency, Madan Mitra, has recorded his own variation of ‘Khela Hobe’, while the celebration’s Ghatal MLA Shankar Dolai was recently seen dancing extremely to the beats of the tune at a roadshow.Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has likewise been asking voters at rallies if they were ready for the video game to start (Khela Hobe?), drawing loud cheers from the crowd.”Khela Hobe. Ami goalkeeper. Dekhi ke jete,” (the video game is on. I will do the objective keeping. Let’s wait and see who wins,” Banerjee said at a meeting.The BJP, which had actually initially criticised the TMC for likening the political battle with a game and “trivialising” the democratic procedure, co-adopted the slogan later on, with defence minister Rajnath Singh, among other saffron camp leaders, bringing ‘khela hobe’ references in their speech, in a bid to take a jibe at Banerjee and her party.Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while dealing with a public conference here recently, had stated ‘khela khatam, vikas shuru’ (video game ends, advancement starts).”Election can never ever be related with a video game. There is an element of danger hidden in the slogan,” BJP representative Shamik Bhattacharya said.BJP state president Dilip Ghosh, nevertheless, does incline borrowing the slogan from the TMC to offer the opponents a befitting reply.”Let the video game start. Individuals of the state will elect the BJP and offer a befitting reply to TMC for its misrule. Paribartan (modification) will take place soon,” Ghosh said.The jingle penned by Debanshu states, “Baire theke bargi ashe/Niyom kore proti mashe/Amio achi, tumio robe/Bondhu ebar khela hobe! (Looters from outdoors are checking out the state every month, however we are ready to face them. The game is on).

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