People Who Said We Don’t Believe In Lord Ram Are Now Wishing Happy Ram Navami, Gets Trolled Massively

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi may not have ever imagined in his worst nightmares that wishing Ram Navami to the nation would lead to so much attention. The Congress Vice President had extended his “best wishes” on the day that marks the birthday of Lord Ram on his official Twitter account. However, as soon as he posted the greetings, Twitterati were up in arms over his ‘double-standards’ and asked Rahul if he had forgotten his party’s argument in the Supreme Court that raised objections on the very existence of Ram. Many suggested sarcastically that he delete the tweet if he did not want to offend his “vote bank”. He was also asked whether he posted the Navami wishes to attract Hindu votes in next Lok Sabha election falling in 2019. Many also mentioned his statement in which he had targetted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and had said in Ram-Leela there will be Modi there in place of Lord Ram.

See how people trolled RAGA

 

One thought on “People Who Said We Don’t Believe In Lord Ram Are Now Wishing Happy Ram Navami, Gets Trolled Massively

  • April 6, 2017 at 11:01 am
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    He is not a Hindu so wouldn’t know anything about the religion and history.

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