Raghu Ram criticises Prime Minister Narendra Modi for making a 'blooper' while campaigning in Kerala, baits Modi bhakts and finally takes a swipe at BJP for being 'sad' with Delhi's improved air condition
TV producer Raghu Ram, of 'Roadies' fame, has time and again taken on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and been trolled for his comments.
But being trolled is not something that has stopped the Raghu, who is famous for his acerbic tongue.
Raghu Ram Ambadapudi, who is one-half of the brains behind popular TV shows like 'Roadies' and 'Splitsvilla' -- the other is his identical twin brother Rajiv Laxman, frequently takes on the BJP and the Prime Minister over social issues. And the last 24 hours has seen Raghu, who is a known Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supporter, in full flow on Twitter as he has once again criticised Narendra Modi, this time for making a 'blooper' while campaigning in Kerala, then baited Modi bhakts to troll him and finally took on the BJP for being "sad" with Delhi's improved air condition.
He started by criticising Modi for getting his facts wrong while campaigning in Kerala and comparing the state with Somalia. He also pulled up the PM by showing that Kerala beats Gujarat in every criteria in terms of quality of life in comparison to Gujarat.
Our Prime Campaigner making yet another blooper ðð pic.twitter.com/cDkX6qsWKN— Raghu Ram (@tweetfromRaghu) May 11, 2016
Our PM needs to be more careful & dignified with his remarks. He's Prime Minister. Not Prime Campaigner ð https://t.co/n8Oq9sKswv— Raghu Ram (@tweetfromRaghu) May 11, 2016
He then baited Modi bhakts by showing how the timeline of how the BJP lost the plot in Uttarakhand.
Desperation clearly showing now. Both BJP's and the Bhakts'. Don't believe me? Check out their responses to this ð pic.twitter.com/UGd9iSv7Oz— Raghu Ram (@tweetfromRaghu) May 12, 2016
Raghu then toook on the BJP for being 'sad' that Delhi was no longer the most polluted city in the world.
Who's sad Delhi air's better? That's right. BJP: Delhi no more the most polluted city in the world, says WHO report https://t.co/1LPWGXavzv— Raghu Ram (@tweetfromRaghu) May 12, 2016
Well, if this doesn't get him trolled, then nothing would. But then again who's afraid of a troll? Surely not Raghu.
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