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This Mothers’ Day, every mother would be ashamed of Gurmehar Kaur’s mentor

Healthy democracy is all about being critical of the elected leader. However, hate for Prime Minister Modi has made people forget basic human decency. Gurmehar Kaur’s mentor, Ram Subramanian, who has previously rooted for Prime Minister Modi’s assassination, didn’t even leave Modi’s mother out of his vile tweets. Today, being International Mothers’ Day, Subramanian tweeted how his mother should have considered abortion.

As if that was not enough, he followed it up with posting a picture of sand sculpture made by sand sculpture artist Sudarshan Pattnaik which featured Prime Minister Modi taking blessings from his mother, and called it ‘ugly’.

While there is no reason to dignify his crassness with a response, it is essential to know the kind of people who are trying to influence youth. Thankfully, he got called out by people for his hateful tweet by people across the political spectrum.

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Ram Subramanian is supposed to be an ad filmmaker who has worked with top advertising firms like Ogilvy, Contract. But recently he seems to have started specialising in political agenda peddling and hate mongering.

A well known AAP supporter, he had openly volunteered to work for the party in the 2015 Delhi assembly elections and had shot to fame for being a mentor to minute-made celebrity Gurmehar Kaur who held a placard and proclaimed that ‘Pakistan didn’t kill her father, war did’. This had later exploded into a free speech under attack narrative after she was allegedly trolled and also supposedly received death threats. However, it came to light that the torch bearer of free speech had herself threatened and intimidated a group of young boys running a harmless meme facebook page.

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