Published On: Sat, Feb 11th, 2023

Rishabh Pant, Anuj Rawat Attacked By A Senseless Troll For Wishing Fans On Ram Navmi

On the auspicious occasion of Ram Navmi, two young Indian cricketers Rishabh Pant and Anuj Rawat, currently plying their trade for different franchises in IPL 2022, shared their greetings on the micro-blogging site.

In their posts, both the cricketers wished their followers on the auspicious occasion and prayed to Lord Ram for their peace, prosperity, and well-being.

“Wishing everyone the best on the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami. May Lord Ram, a symbol of sacrifice, bring you and your family joy, peace, and prosperity. Jai Shri Ram. #RamNavami,” read Pant’s tweet.

The RCB opener, who played a match-winning knock in their last match against Mumbai Indians, wrote a simple message in Hindi, which read: “Aap sabhi ko Ram Navami ki shubhkamnaye (Wishing you all a Happy Ram Navmi).”

These were simple greetings on a festival that is widely celebrated throughout the country as it marks the birth of the Hindu God Ram, but, still, some people were not happy with it.

A user seemed pretty pissed with their tweets and he attacked both the players and warned them not to “spread Hindu-Muslim hate”.

Pant, RCB Star Attacked For
© Twitter Anuj Rawat

Reacting to Rawat’s post, he wrote: “Bhai cricket pe dhyan de, hindu muslim hate mat faila (bro, focus on cricket, don’t spread hindu-muslim hate).”

Pant, RCB Star Attacked For
© Twitter Rishabh Pant

Replying to the Delhi Capitals skipper’s post, he added a few more words but the crux of his message was the same. “Hindu muslim hate failana band kar. Tu cricketer hai cricket pe dhyan de. Ye sab politics mein mat aa (Stop spreading hindu-muslim hate. You are a cricketer, focus on cricket. Don’t get into politics).”

However, when the people started bashing him for his useless comments, he had no option but to delete his tweets. 

But by the time he did that, people had already taken screenshots of his senseless replies and they went viral in no time.

Rais Pathan, who as per his Twitter bio is a member of the Central Waqf Council, shared the screenshot on his account and raised a very pertinent question.

He asked: “How wishing people on your very own festival is Hindu-Muslim hate? A new chapter in the school of Secular Liberal Fabric of Hindustan?”

Both the cricketers, who practice Hinduism, sent out their polite greetings on the auspicious festival. Not a single word in their post was against any particular religion but a moron misconstrued attacked them for no reason at all.

Pant, RCB Star Attacked For

Even a blind person could tell that it was this person who was spreading the hate between the two communities, not the cricketers. 

It’s because of people like him that social media has turned into a toxic space and people are finding it hard to breathe.

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