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BJP Bengal Chief Claims Desi Cow Milk Contains Gold & We Just Learned Our Stomach Is A Goldmine

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Cows basically have superpowers, at least according to a bunch of politicians we have here in our country.

Remember that important piece of information imparted by Uttarakhand's Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat recently, where he claimed that cows are the only animals to give out oxygen? Turns out, cows have another ability that we never knew about - every desi cow's milk contains gold.

Yep. Gold.

BJP Bengal Chief Claims Desi Cow Milk Contains Gold

This hilariously bizarre claim has been made by Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh. He basically said that the desi cows' milk is yellowish or golden in colour because it literally contains gold. 

This probably sounds like something from The Onion or something, but really I can't make this sh*t up.

In a public meeting in Burdwan yesterday, he said, "Our desi cows have a special characteristic. There is gold mixed in their milk and that is why their milk is golden. There is a blood vessel that helps produce gold with the help of sunlight. So, we have to keep those cows. If we drink desi cow milk, we will become healthy and can prevent diseases."

Since words can't express how I feel about this, I'm going to use gifs.

BJP Bengal Chief Claims Desi Cow Milk Contains Gold

He went on, "The breeds of cows that we bring from abroad are not cows. They are a kind of janwar. These foreign breeds don't sound like cows. Those are not our gaumata but our aunties. It is not good for the country if we worship such aunties."

BJP Bengal Chief Claims Desi Cow Milk Contains Gold

Lastly, he said, "The cow is our mother, we stay alive by consuming cow milk, so if anyone misbehaves with my mother, I will treat them the way they should be treated. On the holy soil of India, killing cows and consuming beef is a maha-apradh."

BJP Bengal Chief Claims Desi Cow Milk Contains Gold

He further went on to talk about beef as well, saying, "There are educated people who eat beef on the roadside. Why only cow? They can have dog meat too. Eat other animals too. It is good for health. But please eat at your home. The cow is our mother and we view cow killing as anti-social."

As anyone can imagine, the 'gold in milk' comment obviously got ripped apart online, and it didn't take long for people to come out and mock the absurdity.

Very high, probably.

WB BJP President Dilip Ghosh says- Desi cow milk contains gold & that is why it's yellowish. Cow's navel produces gold with the help of sunlight.

"How's the Ghosh?"

"High, sir!"

— PuNsTeR™ (@Pun_Starr) November 5, 2019

Oh, for sure.

Another gem from a state level BJP leader in West Bengal!

Cows milk has gold and thats why the milk is yellowish in colour!

Surely, Modi is rearing Nobel laureates!

— Dusky Tamizhachi (@TamizhRatsaschi) November 5, 2019

The only way.

I want Dilip Ghosh to replace finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman Ji. Only Dilip Ghosh can save Indian economy now by starting production of Gold from Cow milk.

— St. Sinner (@retheeshraj10) November 5, 2019


Just deposited 10 litres of Cow's milk in Muthoot Finance for Gold Loan.

The Manager was so happy with the Initiative, he drank 2 litres.

— Not That Swaraj (@Polytikle) November 5, 2019

Yep, cow milk has everything.

BJP leader Dilip Ghosh says Cow milk contains Gold. Waiting for another BJP leader to say 'Cow milk contains Petrol.

— St. Sinner (@retheeshraj10) November 5, 2019


Northie Sanghis were finding gold in cow urine. Meanwhile, BJP West Bengal president claims he's found gold in cow's milk.

What Bengal things today, India thinks fifty years from now.

— Noorð (@ParadoxicalPari) November 5, 2019

I just thought of the DDLJ scene.

So cow milk has gold? Maybe that's why people who call cows to feed them roti etc call out "Au, Au, Au!"

— The Bad Doctor (@DOCTORATLARGE) November 5, 2019

Please tell me someone knows the Kohinoor meme?

Cow dung is more precious then the Kohinoor diamond #SambitParta and Cow milk contains gold #DilipGhosh

— Yunus Mohammed ð®ð³ ÛÙÙس ÙØ­Ùد (@YunusMo24648631) November 5, 2019


1 Tola = 10 grams..
10 grams gold in Hyd as of 5th Nov= 39,895/-

1 Liter Heritage Milk packet = 22 Rupees.
39895/22= 1813.5

So Buy 1814 Liters for 1 Tola gold. ðð

— Hyderabad Tweets (@tweetshyd) November 5, 2019

People are giving it a lot of thought.

If cow milk contains gold then it must be 14 carat only because it's slightly yellow which means Gau Mutra is 24 carat gold at times and 24 carat Platinum at other times.

— Yousuf Ali Saeed (@Yousufalisaeed) November 5, 2019

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