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Bengaluru: Twitterati takes Ramya to task for post on polling awareness


Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Mar 13: Former MP of Mandaya and chief of social media of the Congress party Ramya tweeted on her account asking the public to vote in the upcoming election as a part of creating awareness on the importance of voting. However, the netizens took her to task as she herself has not voted on three previous occasions.

Ramya tweeted on her account, “All you young people, who are eligible to vote, make sure you register to vote. Time is running out. Here’s the link https://www.nvsp.in/. Make it count, the future is yours.”

Twitterati who got irate by Ramya’s tweet, commented angrily and stressed on the point that Ramya has not voted on three previous occasions. Some wrote “First you cast your vote. You do not have the right to tell anyone.” Others retaliated by saying, “Ramya, who has not voted three times gives lesson on ‘Voting awareness’. First come out of Delhi and vote, and then give advice to others.”

Ramya did not vote in last assembly elections of Karnataka. She also abstained from voting in the by-election that was held for Lok Sabha from the Mandya constituency. The people of Mandya had expressed their rage against Ramya during the last assembly elections for not voting being the chief of social media of the Congress party.

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  • Ashok Shetty, Kundapur

    Thu, Mar 14 2019

    Narendra Modi Real Strength is Rahul Gandhi

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  • Sandeep, Udupi

    Thu, Mar 14 2019

    Ramya, Siddhu, Diggy all are working for Modi's victory.

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  • Vikram, Dubai

    Thu, Mar 14 2019

    For both Ramya & Rahul's link missing from mind to mouth.

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Thu, Mar 14 2019

    Shame! She has the audacity to tell others to go out and vote while she stays put in her ivory tower.

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  • R Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Wed, Mar 13 2019

    Good Looking girls often make wrong choices in Life .. ...

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  • SmR, Karkala

    Wed, Mar 13 2019

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Twitter handle was incredibly busy on Wednesday after it went on a tagging spree by requesting selected individuals from different backgrounds to help raise awareness on why people should vote. Notable among them in the Indian media were Arnab Goswami’s Republic TV and its team, Rahul Kanwal of India Today, Anjana Om Kashyap of Aaj Tak, Sudhir Chaudhary of Zee News and Rubika Liyaquat of ABP News.
    Modi wrote, “I appeal to @RubikaLiyaquat, @anjanaomkashyap, @sudhirchaudhary, @rahulkanwal and the team of @republic to spread awareness on voter registration, and why every Indian, particularly the youth should vote. Your support can ensure more people exercise their franchise.”

    He posted similar appeal to Vineet Jain of Times Group, Subhash Chandra of Zee Media and Rajat Sharma of India TV as he wrote, “I call upon veterans of the media world, @RajatSharmaLive, @subhashchandra, and @vineetjaintimes to take the lead in highlighting the need to vote in large numbers. Doing so would ensure greater participation in democratic processes and strengthen our nation’s development.”
    It is not Former MP of Mandaya and chief of social media of the Congress party Ramya alone making a humble appeal. Though her appeal is for the entire nation who is eligible to vote, Prime Minister Modi' today's tweet is only focused on paid media channels.
    Ramya's appeal may sensible considering the 22 Lakh Voters' Names Missing From Telangana Voter List in the recently concluded state assembly.
    Voting should be a personal choice. But missing name from voters list is a serious issue.

    Jai Hind

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Mar 13 2019

    This is Nation Building ...

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  • Edmond, Mangalore

    Wed, Mar 13 2019

    Nation building by asking others to vote and herself not yet all casting her vote???

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Mar 14 2019

    Ashamed to call you a Catholic ...

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  • Nayak, Udupi/Blore

    Wed, Mar 13 2019

    Boda sheera

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  • Amith, NAGPUR

    Wed, Mar 13 2019

    Sheera Bodchi, Pakoda Aaoo, ottige Chai la korle!!!! Baari Ruchi !!!!

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    Thu, Mar 14 2019

    You can ask hotel waitress to supply.

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  • Amith, NAGPUR

    Thu, Mar 14 2019

    Who? You mean to say, Yale degree holder, McDonald's waitress, Nachaniya????? Oh!!!! No!!!! Baby Elephant!!!!!

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