Actor R. Madhavan has called out the Congress party expressing his displeasure for their 'crass attempt at humor' for denouncing Prime Minister Modi and 'demeaning the nation in front of China' After China blocked Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar's listing as a global terrorist at the UNSC for the fourth time, the Congress party taking to twitter shared a video taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the same. Congress' Tweet: An accurate representation of Modi's relationship with President Xi of China. #HugplomacyYaadRakhna pic.twitter.com\/5YgqxuEvaS \u2014 Congress (@INCIndia) March 14, 2019 Responding to which, Madhavan tweeted that this is in such a bad taste. "Whatever the political rivalry- Modiji is the Prime Minister of this country and they are demeaning this nation in front of China in this video with such crass attempt at humor. NOT expected from this twitter handle, and went on to tag the party president Rahul Gandhi and PM Modi on it." Also Read:\u00a0Avengers endgame new poster: Marvel releases this after fans lash out at Danai Gurira's credit omission Madhvan's Tweet: This is in such bad taste.What ever the political rivalry -Shri Modi Ji is the Prime Minister of this country and you are demeaning this nation in front of China in this video with such crass attempt at humor.NOT expected from this Twitter handle ????????.@narendramodi @RahulGandhi \u2014 Ranganathan Madhavan (@ActorMadhavan) March 15, 2019 Since China's blockage, Rahul Gandhi and Congress party upped their political attacks on PM Modi. The Congress president tweeted on Thursday calling PM Modi 'weak'. He tweeted: "Weak Modi is scared of Xi. Not a single word comes out of his mouth when China acts against India. NoMo\u2019s China Diplomacy: 1. Swing with Xi in Gujarat 2. Hug Xi in Delhi 3. Bow to Xi in China" In addition to this, despite China's blockage, France has decided to freeze the French assets of Masood Azhar founder of the Jaish-e-Mohammed, which is responsible for carrying out many terror strikes in India and was involved in 2001 Parliament attack, the Pathankot air force base in 2016, army camps in Uri and Jammu, and the latest suicide attack on CRPF in Pulwama which claimed over 40 personnel's lives. Apart from that, India has received a global backing from UNSC permanent members like United States, United Kingdom, France, and Russia and non-permanent members like Belgium, Cote d'Ivoire, Germany, Indonesia, Kuwait, Peru, Poland, South Africa, and Equatorial Guinea.