Mahua Moitra asked if her shoes matched the Louis Vuitton bag. She responds | Latest India News

Trinamool Lok Sabha MP Mahua Moitra has been accused of playing football while wearing a sari. She said she was not wearing a salwar kameez and her pair of sneakers were branded “as always”, responding to Twitter “trolls”.

Ever since the controversy over the Louis Vuitton bag of Trinamool Lok Sabha MP Mahua Moitra, the Trinamool leader has faced questions beyond politics on social media. The latest is his choice of dress on the occasion of “Kehal Hobe Dibas” in West Bengal on Tuesday. Dressed in a saree and a pair of sneakers, Mahua Moitra, the MP for Krishnanagar, was seen kicking the ball as part of the celebration.

As she posted photos from the event, she was asked by social media users why she was playing football while wearing a saree. To this, she said that she doesn’t really wear a salwar kameez. “That’s how it is. You can’t control everything,” she replied to another user who pointed out that her dress was not suitable for playing football.

Another social media user asked if her sneakers were marked to “complement her Louis Vuitton jhola”. “Always my friend, always,” replied the Trinamool MP. When asked about the brand of the sneaker, she replied, “MoSha brand. Naam nahi suna kya? Gujarat mein factory hai.”

After the video of her ‘hiding’ her expensive Louis Vuitton bag inside the Lok Sabha during the price hike debate, Mahua Moitra goes after her trolls on social media. In various sarcastic jokes, she referred to the “LV controversy”. Responding to a question about her sari, the MP recently said, “It’s a cotton Dhakai from Bangladesh. My illegal Rohingya friends smuggle it to me.”

Mahua Moitra also explained why she responds to her “trolls”. “…fun to mess with those low lives once in a while,” she wrote earlier.


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