While rains brought Delhi to a standstill, for some strange reason eminent journalist Sagarika Ghosh tweeted this:
Unbelievable situation today.Hey Sanghis, we just found the missing Saraswati river! Unfortunately some sickulars had named it Ring Road
— Sagarika Ghose (@sagarikaghose) August 31, 2016
Of course, the rains have left many parts of the national capital waterlogged but according to the reactions of Twitteratti, there is no reason to link waterlogging with the praiseworthy search being conducted for the lost River Saraswati.
WTF Sanghis got to do with Delhi rains??? pic.twitter.com/Jzg8JZfxDA
— Raju Das | ৰাজু দাস (@rajudasonline) August 31, 2016
@sagarikaghose What has Sangh got to do with Saraswati River ? Sick comment , can only be made by person who thinks of Sangh bashing 24X7.
— Kapil Naik (@kapilnaik100) August 31, 2016
@sagarikaghose why mention “Sanghi” here? This is a classic case of “feeding on hatred” idiot!!
— Free Soul (@megha_lall) August 31, 2016
— Jitega Bharat (@JitegaBharat) August 31, 2016
— PhD in Bak***** (@Atheist_Krishna) August 31, 2016
— Blitz (@neelamy9529) August 31, 2016
@sagarikaghose Nah….Sarasvati not a Congress/aap creation. Ring road unfortunately is . Incompetence & corruption.
— Kunwar Narayan (@totonarayan) August 31, 2016
.@sagarikaghose usi ka ek chullu bhar paani le kar doob maro
— Maithun-DJ Bobby Fan (@Being_Humor) August 31, 2016
— Chicken Biryanii (@ChickenBiryanii) August 31, 2016
.@sagarikaghose We found the missing Moronic Sagar. Fortunately some sickulars named it Sagarika Ghose
— Rosy (@rose_k01) August 31, 2016
@sagarikaghose All this while the sickulars thought they were on a gondola, in Venice… Sorry for rocking your Italian boat!!
— Neeta Raina (@neetaraina1) August 31, 2016
@sagarikaghose Unbelievable situation today.Hey aaptards , we just found the promised free water on roads.
Unfortunately some Bhakts crying.
— Purple (@Dafruity) August 31, 2016
@sagarikaghose Great.We also found largest body of overaged freeloading students on earth who dream of breaking their motherland. It’s JNU.
— Shrikant Pendharkar (@Shrivp) August 31, 2016
@sagarikaghose I think its time for u 2grow up . Have some common sense. On its difficult for u to hv one bt do try
— ADITYA KUMAR SINGH (@Adityaak64) August 31, 2016
The Centre is doing all it can to find the lost River Saraswati. Traces of the river have been found in Haryana making it all the more possible for the rediscovery of the river on the banks of which the pre-Vedic ancient Indian civilization flourished.
The rediscovery of the river will not only script a new chapter in Indian history but will also help combat the water scarcity problem in India’s western states to a great degree.