Ram Subramanian, also known by the twitter id @VORdotcom, is a self proclaimed “India Pakistan Peace Activist”. Ram Subramanian’s political leanings towards the Aam Aadmi Party is a well established and proven fact.
For many it would not be a surprise that Ram has used derogatory language on several occasions on twitter, yet hides behind a veil called ‘Freedom of Speech’. His stand on dividing people of India on basis on north and south is evident from several tweets that he has made in the past.
In the 90s America Indian NRIs were North Indian shopkeepers/petrol pump owners. Today most NRIs are South Indian software guys. Wonder why? pic.twitter.com/6mVbOJGxKl
— Ram Subramanian (@VORdotcom) October 28, 2017
Dear North Indians,
you are kept poor and uneducated because it's easier to control poor and uneducated people.
— Ram Subramanian (@VORdotcom) October 14, 2017
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday accused the Congress party of misleading dalits in Karnataka and questioned their silence over the rape and murder of a Dalit girl in Bidar.
Addressing a BJP rally in the poll-bound state, PM Modi alleged that the Congress wooed Dalits in the previous assembly election with the promise of making Mallikarjun Kharge, a veteran Dalit leader, the state chief minister. But the Congress later sidelined Kharge, PM Modi added. “During the last election, Congress promised they will make Kharge Ji CM. They misled the Dalit community. They sidelined Kharge Ji. This is typically how Congress does their politics,” he said.
While referring to the rape of a dalit girl in Bidar, PM Modi alleged that the Congress had no sympathy for the rape victim in Karnataka while it held a candlelight march in Delhi for another. “The atrocities against dalits in Karnataka are not hidden from anyone. What happened in Bidar is still available on social media. I want to ask the Congress, where did your candlelight march go when this was happening in Bidar?” asked PM Modi.
I would like to ask the Congress people who carried out a candle march in Delhi where were your candles when a Dalit girl was tortured in Bidar: PM Modi in in Kalaburagi #KarnatakaElections2018 pic.twitter.com/QAAvbI0INB
— ANI (@ANI) May 3, 2018
To this quote, Ram displayed his usual disgusting and unparliamentary language in twitter, aimed at the Prime Minister of India.
This has not been the first instance, but earlier Ram had announced one lakh rupee reward at any one who throws a chappal or shoe at PM Modi.
— Ram Subramanian (@VORdotcom) November 20, 2017