Sagarika Ghose has been trolled for a number of reasons but mostly political. So if the journalist posts something apolitical, would she escape the trolls? You might assume she would but what happened with a tweet she posted gives us a different picture.
Days after the Bengaluru mass molestation incident, the journalist posted a series of tweets on Indian men, their upbringing and the society in general.
This was one of the tweets:
Instead of mandirs and masjids every Indian citizen should practice the religion of decency. Make decency your religion, folks
— Sagarika Ghose (@sagarikaghose) 7 January 2017
Though Ghose’s call for decency among human beings instead of clamour for temples and mosques makes sense, trolls did not spare her.
A look at the tweets reveals what is on the minds of the Twitterati and why they are trolling her:
— Chäńdâñ (@sumoholic) 7 January 2017
@sagarikaghose और जो भाई मेडिसन स्क्वायर पे उड़ उड़ के घूंसेबाजी कर रहा था वो क्या नए रिलिजन में भी एथीस्ट होगा 😂
— अजी हाँ (@AjiHaaan) 7 January 2017
@sagarikaghose then Why You Oppose UCC & support AIMPLB?
— Ashish (@AshishBBZ30) 7 January 2017
@sagarikaghose khauf ki boo aa rahi he begum sahiba.
— Doc (@doctorsingla) 7 January 2017
@sagarikaghose : Let it begin from your side
— N R Deshpande (@desh6) 7 January 2017
@sagarikaghose After many many years, this is the first sensible thing you’ve said. So cheers to this new beginning 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
— Mandar,Mandy (@mandar2404) 7 January 2017
@sagarikaghose ye aap Rajdeep Sardesai ko Whatsapp bhi kar sakti thi….
— DP (@DipenTalks) 7 January 2017
@sagarikaghose first practice unbiased jrnalism
— Mangesh Gaikwad (@mangeshmvg) 7 January 2017
@sagarikaghose good thought, pls practice and hopefully u come over your 2002 Gujrat riot fascination !Advertisement
— Pankaj Singh (@pks_king) 7 January 2017