Controversial leader of the right-wing Hindutva group, Pravin Togadia, on Friday an extraordinarily controversial statement by stating that he wanted Hindu man to worship his manhood at home to rid the growing complaints of impotency among them, he claimed, was a reason for dwindling population in India.
While addressing a rally in Gujarat’s Bharuch district on Friday, Togadia flashed a bottle of medicine and said, “go home and worship your manhood.”
As expected, while his statement left the suporters of right-wing groups in a spot of considerable bother, an overwhelming majority of social media users were either incensed or amused.
Even as champions of Hindutva politics maintained stoic silence, active social users particularly on Twitter appeared in no mood to let the opportunity to mock and condemn Togadia go.
Here are some of the quirky and seriously critical posts on Togadia’s statements.
the dominating theme of social media conversation was users asking Togadia if he could educate them just how he expected Hindu men to worship their manhood.
Here are some reactions:
Dear Hindu men, please unzip, take it out, sprinkle Ganga jal, put tikka, chadao genda phool, jalao agarbatti. Daily pic.twitter.com/xlZTpGnyrd
— Kaveri (@ikaveri) June 11, 2016
Do a abhishekam before u shake'em 🙂 https://t.co/NHVUzfbZA7
— crazyrals (@crazyrals) June 11, 2016
— Ashish Ranjan (@arpatna) June 11, 2016
— Karuna John (@karunajohn) June 11, 2016
Togadia should provide 'Manhood Chalisa'. https://t.co/wLbYe13cEp
— Tushar (@TusharG) June 11, 2016
Just In: Savita Bhabhi to be appointed as national coach for Worship-Ur-Manhood movement launched by Shri Togadia Ji pic.twitter.com/ZDuqMKKnr5
— The DeshBhakt (@akashbanerjee) June 11, 2016
How to 'worship' manhood, Togadia ji ? 😂#SeriousQn
— कोमल 🙂 🇮🇳 (@Komal_Indian) June 11, 2016
After worshiping Goumata, now Worshiping of Manhood https://t.co/qq8Qh6JlMo
— Riya Mukherjee ریا مکھرجی (@riyalovezu) June 11, 2016
Yes, Dr Togadia is selling a magic mixture for Rs 500 (MRP Rs 600) for the Rise of the (Hindu) Prick. https://t.co/wEqSyMfT4F
— PKR | প্রশান্ত | پرشانتو (@prasanto) June 11, 2016