While the Modi government has been taking some very wise decisions, the recent one has moved the country! Yes, you got that right, the government may fix the food portions that will be served at the hotels and restaurants. Though this doesn’t apply to the dhabas, it has been receiving both positive as well as negative feedback. PM Modi had recently spoken about the issue of food wastage in the country during Mann ki Baat, and finally on Tuesday, this news came out! Not just food experts and foodies, but everybody had something to say over it, the Twitterati too…
While some people feel that it wouldn’t help in food wastage, some feel that it is a wise decision. Here are some of the tweets shared by the tweelebs…
Bhai ab aur kya baaki hai!
Sex twice a week (but only "natural" sex), no beef, 2 prawns per meal, no alcohol. Maybe the MPs should start checking our commodes also.
— Brown Sahiba (@Rajyasree) April 11, 2017
You know who brought the concept of 1×2 soup right?
Next up: Aadhaar-linked NaMo app delivers an electric shock each time you exceed your govt-mandated prawn/idli quota https://t.co/QEDBBCN6A7
— Amitabh Dubey (@dubeyamitabh) April 11, 2017
Tumhari itni himmat?!
"Courts are jammed"
"It is complicated."
"Police is crap."
"Not simple to solve."
"Someone is having 9 idlis."
"Bencho itna himmat!"
— Madraasi Raksha Sena (@sidin) April 11, 2017
PM Modi = fitness expert
Our PM is the best fitness instructor. After yoga, he's putting us also on a diet through portion control. https://t.co/RhkDgr5hc7
— Dipti Nagpaul (@waywardandwise) April 11, 2017
The government is in your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, restaurant…its everywhere except in the parliament. https://t.co/QMC0wFLs9V
— Kabir Taneja (@KabirTaneja) April 11, 2017
Here we have some better ideas too
– elasticity of roomali roti
– inner & outer diameter of medu wada
– radius of poorihttps://t.co/6r7qIbgpIl
— Ameya (@khabri_lal) April 11, 2017
Any Aadhar card advantages?
Can I get extra if I show my Aadhar card? https://t.co/vYRoWmCldW
— Ivan Mehta (@IndianIdle) April 11, 2017