Manipur activist referred to as a foreigner and educated by Samajwadi Party leader

Manish Jagan Agrawal, the leader of the Samajwadi party, tweeted in Hindi . Licypriya Kangujams, 11, slammed the tweet by a Samajwadi Party official .

New Delhi: An 11-year-old environmental activist from Manipur has slammed a tweet by a Samajwadi Party official identifying her as a foreign tourist.The child activist recently posted a photo of the Taj Mahal near the Taj Mahal to spread the word about the plastic pollution behind the historic site.She also displayed a mirror to the BJP-ruled Yogi government, which read on the photo: By the beauty of Taj Mahal is plastic pollution, according to the post.Manish Jagan Agrawal, the leader of the Samajwadi party, tweeted in Hindi.Under the BJP regime, Yamuna ji is full of filth.

It is outrageous for foreign visitors to show the government a mirror.The BJP government painted this image of India and the United Kingdom as a group.The 11-year-old protester tweeted, Hello Sir, I am a proud Indian.I am not a foreigner.Mr Agrawal also made a comment on Ms Kangujam's article, blaming media coverage of the story.

Ms Kangujams photo was posted at the Taj Mahal once more, and he said, This picture was shown by a news channel yesterday, in which the daughter of India was described as a foreigner, indicating that there was a mistake in understanding, he said.He praised the child activists' efforts, saying, We all are with this daughter of India.Whatever skepticism existed was due to the news channel, according to one Twitter user, who said that Mr Agrawal's mistake caused some offence on social media, with many others saying that he should have checked facts before tweeting.I'll be there for you, and we can work together to keep India clean, she said later in the article.Licypriya Kangujams said her tweet prompted a cleanliness drive at the site, and that the Agra Municipal Corporation imposed a Rs 1 lakh fine on the department responsible for keeping the area around Taj Mahal clean.