Nidhi Razdan Used ‘FO’ In Response To A Twitter User’s Remark. She Got A Witty Response From BJP’s Shubhrastha

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7:15 pm 30 Oct, 2017


Soon after Congress veteran P Chidambaram pitched for greater autonomy for Jammu & Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi termed those remarks as an insult to brave Indian soldiers who died for Kashmir. The PM said the Congress was using the language spoken by Pakistan and accused the party of “shamelessly” taking a U-turn on Kashmir.




The prime minister said the country has no hope or expectations from the Congress. In July 2016, Chidambaram had advocated greater autonomy for Jammu and Kashmir, and said that India should restore the “grand bargain” under which Kashmir had acceded by granting a large degree of autonomy to it.


The 2016-17 Kashmir unrest was one of the longest periods of agitation in the Valley. AP

Quickly after PM’s remarks, journalist Nidhi Razdan tweeted:



Soon, a Twitter user lashed out at her. He tweeted:

As usual, Razdan replied to him, saying “FO.” Obviously, it was quite ambiguous, as some may interpret it as derogatory.

A user then gave a list of option of what she means:

But she ‘clarified’ what she meant:

However, BJP’s Shubhrastha gave a witty reply to the entire conversation:

And Twitterati, too, joined in with their own point of view:

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