BJP President Amit Shah on Thursday appeared on India TV’s popular interview show Aap Ki Adalat hosted by the TV channel’s owner Rajat Sharma. However, the absence of the judge, which has been an integral part of the show’s format, became a topic of intense conversation on social media.
Popular comedian Kunal Kamra took to Twitter to post the screenshot of the show to illustrate that even the reel life judge was frightened of the BJP president. He wrote, “Cutie @AmitShah on Janta(sic) Ki Adaalat & this is the first episode I’ve watched that doesn’t have a judge.”
— Kunal Kamra (@kunalkamra88) March 28, 2019
Another stand-up comedy group Aisi Taisi Democracy too posted two screenshots of the programme and wrote, “Even Aap Ki Adaalat removed its judge when AS came there.
— Aisi Taisi Democracy (@AisiTaisiDemo) March 28, 2019
Similar sentiments were expressed by other social media users.
Nobody would have ready to be judge in Aap ki Adalat also. Amit Shah hai to parody show me bhi kaun chance lega ! wahi goli na mar de !
— पकौडे_वाला (@roflearth) March 28, 2019
First time we saw Aap ki Adalat without a judge. That’s the relation b/w Amit shah and Judges??
— Vibhore Gupta (@VibhoreGupta4) March 28, 2019
— Kaushal Yadav (@chasingdrmz) March 28, 2019
However, one user pointed out that the show did not have judge when former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav was interviewed by Sharma.
Akhilesh Yadav ke time bhi judge nahi tha, itna dalali leta hai Congress se, dhang ki aankhe lagwa le. pic.twitter.com/t8GkssNNWI
— Chowkidar Amit Kumar (@AMIT_GUJJU) March 28, 2019
Thursday’s jokes on the missing judge from the India TV show was in relation to the mysterious death of CBI judge BH Loya, who was hearing the fake encounter case against Amit Shah at the time of his mysterious death in Nagpur in 2014.
Shah said that his party will win more than 74 seats in Uttar Pradesh in this year’s polls. In 2014, the saffron party had won 73 out of 80 seats in the state.
You can watch Amit Shah’s interview on India TV below.