Twitter users come up with hilarious responses after Ram Guha complains about bad service by IndiGo

In recent days Indigo airlines has managed to generate news for the wrong reasons.

A few days ago a shocking video had emerged which showed an Indigo staffer throttling a passenger over a supposed disagreement. As a result the airline was condemned from all quarters, and it has since then apologised for the incidence.

Now it seems that the airline is failing to shrug off the bad press after none other than pop historian cum Nehru fan Ramachandra Guha, took to twitter on Sunday to complain against it:

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It was amply clear that the pop historian wasn’t very happy with the airline which as per his claim, has become a serial offender when it comes to being rude.

But rather than showing solidarity with Guha, various twitter users decided to channel their inner comedian by coming up with hilarious responses, some of which also mocked his ideological stance:

Some had a serious take on this issue:

Social media has never been very kind to Ram Guha or his “agenda”.

People had also meted out the same “humorous treatment” when Guha was surprisingly included in the 4 member panel to run BCCI. We had also reported how he was bashed online for playing victim after making unsubstantial allegations against the BJP.


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