Famous comedian comedian Shyam Rangeela may find it difficult to make a video of PM Modi’s copy. A complaint has been filed against him in Sriganganagar. He shot a comedy video mimicking Modi at a petrol pump. Which was going viral on social media. Its operator has complained in the police station.
- Last Updated:February 20, 2021, 3:16 PM IST
Mimicking Modi in the video, Shyam Rangeela is saying, ‘My dear countrymen, the public of Sriganganagar in Rajasthan has become a proud chest. Here the price of petrol has touched 100 rupees. Brothers and sisters, till date no such government had come in the history of independent India, who could get petrol its real value. We have got the right to petrol. The video was shot at a petrol pump on Hanumangarh Road in Sriganganagar city.
Pump operator Surendra Agarwal has filed a complaint at the Sadar police station on Friday demanding a case against comedian Shyam Rangeela. It is being told that the pump operator has taken this step under pressure from private oil company. The pump operator says that comedian Shyam Rangeela called me as a journalist. He said to take photos. Then from 5:30 to 6 pm on February 17, some people came on bikes. During this time there is more congestion at the pump. In such a situation, the employees did not notice that a video is being made at the pump. We have apologized to the company in this regard. Both the employees working at the pump have been sent on leave.
On the other hand, Shyam Rangeela said that I had made a comedy video, if anyone has been hurt by this, then he is ready to apologize. Rangeela said that a video was made about the rising prices of petrol and diesel in Sriganganagar, so that the government can give some relief to the people.Late night, petrol and diesel prices increased by 40 paise
At the same time, the price of petrol and diesel was increased by 40 paise. With this, Sriganganagar petrol is now being sold at Rs 101.22 per liter. Late Friday night, petroleum companies announced this increase. On Saturday, petrol price was Rs 101.16 and premium petrol price was Rs 104. At the same time, diesel was Rs 93.17 per liter. Earlier on Friday, this price was 100.75 and 92.77 rupees per liter. On 17 February, the price of petrol in Sriganganagar was Rs 100.07, which is crossing 101 on 20. At this time, the most expensive petrol and diesel in the country is now available in Sriganganagar.