oppn parties Eat Your Words Trolls, Rahul Is At Mansarovar

News Snippets

  • The government decides to decriminalize more than two-thirds of penal sections in the Companies Act
  • Muslim groups tell the Supreme Court that they want the Babri Masjid to be restored
  • Muslim groups claim that while they were asked questions in court, Hindus were not questioned
  • Postpaid mobile services restored in Jammu & Kashmir from today, but still no internet
  • Abhijit Banerjee, an Indian-American currently a professor at MIT, wins the 2019 Noble prize in economics jointly with two others
  • Industrial output slumps in August as the IIP shrinks by 1.1%
  • Prime Minister Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping watch a cultural show at the Shore Temple in Mamallapuram
  • J&K administration lifts the ban on entry of tourists in the Valley, but it remains doubtful how many will visit without being able to use mobile phones and internet
  • After Sena asks members to support the BJP candidate in Kalyan, 26 party corporators and 300 members resign setting off a crisis
  • The Centre sets up a 12-member committee to suggest systemic changes in the GST structure to improve compliance and collection, prevent misuse and evasion and rationalize rates and slabs
  • In line with the RBI outlook on the Indian economy, rating firm Moody's also downgrades growth forecast from 6.8% to 5.8% this year, saying the economy is experiencing a pronounced slowdown
  • HDFC chairman Deepak Parekh says the financial system in India does not offer foolproof security for misuse of the savings of the common man
  • Shivinder Singh and Malvinder Singh, promoters of Ranbaxy and Fortis, arrested for their role in Religare Finvest scam
  • Supreme Court says marriage can be dissolved if it has broken down irretrievably
  • DA of Central government staff hiked by 5% to 17%
Sourav Ganguly is the new president of BCCI, says conflict of interest is a big concern
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Eat Your Words Trolls, Rahul Is At Mansarovar

By Yogendra

About the Author

Sunil Garodia Yogendra is undecided whether he wants to be a writer. So he writes to see if he can be a writer. Ha Ha
A huge number of people seem to hate Rahul Gandhi. The majority of them are right wingers and most of them can be classified as the so-called Modi bhakts. It is a different matter to disagree politically with someone or not be in agreement with his or her ideas. But when this disagreement turns into hate which in turn leads to abuse, it becomes a matter of concern. Those doubting whether Rahul Gandhi has actually gone to Mansarovar or is tweeting pictures taken from the internet have interspersed hate and abuse with their doubting messages. This kind of trolling is worse than fake news.

It has been confirmed that Rahul is indeed in Mansarovar to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva. He is blessed and privileged to have made the yatra which most Hindus dream of but few have the urge or wherewithal to actually undertake. The netizens who doubted it could have indulged in some research to find the truth. Pictures from tourist or religious places can look deceptively similar but as an article on FACT CHECK on the website of The Times of India shows, Rahul’s pictures are original and unique when examined closely.

Do not agree with the man, counter his ideas or do not vote for him. But do not belittle him or abuse him. In trying to make fun of him, people are actually lowering their own dignity and showing the world what kind of vile people they are. But do they care as long as they hide behind the shield of anonymity offered by the social media?