Patanjali founder Ramdev on Saturday faced incessant trolling after he posted a photo of himself underwater while holding the national flag of India. According to Ramdev, he had got himself clicked in Rameshwaram in Tamil Nadu.
His caption read, “Salute to my mother land, from Rameshwaram, Tamilnadu (sic)” In the photo, Ramdev can be seen neck deep in the ocean while holding a tricolour in one hand.
No sooner had the controversial godman posted the photo, he began to face trolling on Twitter. His photo also became a source of funny social media jokes and memes. Here are some of the hilarious tweets in response to Ramdev’s photo.
नाइस पोज बाबाजी! अहा!
धंधा सॉरी झंडा 🇮🇳 ऊंचा रहे हमारा… https://t.co/FyBnJKLIMa
— Mukesh Kejariwal (@Mukesh_k) December 29, 2018
Babaji aapke peeche wo 🙄😭😐 pic.twitter.com/AK3vHwoaL8
— Rafale Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) December 29, 2018
अर्थात अकेले नहीं डूबेंगे, देश को लेके डूबेंगे।
— Aisi Taisi Democracy (@AisiTaisiDemo) December 29, 2018
Babaji Itni thand me kya bakhchori kr rhe ho ~ hageriya hobjayegaaa 😂😂😂
— Xanax-kun💎 (@BhavekkRao) December 29, 2018
Your fan in Kerala. pic.twitter.com/IBLidBrbYp
— akkossotto (@akkossettan) December 29, 2018
Ramdev, a known supporter of the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was recently in news for stating that he wasn’t sure who the next prime minister of India will be. This was largely seen as his tacit disapproval of Modi as the prime minister of India after the next Lok Sabha polls.
He had said, “Now the political situation is very difficult. We cannot say who will (be) the next prime minister or who will lead the country, but situation is very interesting…”
Meanwhile, in a first-of-its-kind order, the Uttarakhand High Court has directed a company run by Ramdev to share a percentage of its profits with local farmers and communities. The high court, according to news agency PTI, gave the order while rejecting a petition of Divya Pharmacy against the Uttarakhand Biodiversity Board and upholding the provisions of fair and equitable benefit-sharing as provided under the Biological Diversity Act, 2002.