The Wikipedia page of AAP leader Manish Sisodia has now been locked after consistent vandalism of the page since the morning of 11th May 2019.
AAP leader Manish Sisodia’s Wikipedia page has been vandalised by miscreants. In his introduction, the words “most handsome and virgin man of Asia region” have been added. The Wikipedia page now also reads that he was “voted sexiest politician alive”.
The vandalism of the page has been consistent since the morning of 11th May 2019.
In fact, when one typed “who is Manish Sisodia” on Google, the search engine started throwing up answers like handsome, virgin, etc and hence, the Wikipedia page has not been locked.
The initial edit added the words “is a very handsome politician” to his Wikipedia introduction, as evidenced by the Edit History of the Wikipedia page.
ln the next edit, the word “Handsome” was changed to “beautiful”.
In a subsequent edit, the vandal included that Manish Sisodia is one “who failed Tom Cruise in his looks”.
Subsequently, the vandal added, “Manish Sisodia is the most handsome Indian politician who failed Tom cruise in his looks, even Shahrukh Khan has been his disciple for looking handsome. He has been”. In another edit, he was defined as “cute, handsome and lovely”.
Vandalism of a public figures Wikipedia page is indeed shameful as its the primary page most people land on to get more information on the public figure.
Social Media has been mocking Manish Sisodia for being “handsome” ever since the abusive pamphlet against AAP candidate from East Delhi, Atishi Marlena came to the fore. In the pamphlet, Atishi Marlena’s character was assassinated and in fact, Manish Sisodia was also called “handsome”.
AAP had accused BJP East Delhi candidate Gautam Gambhir of getting these abusive pamphlets printed and distributed. However, Gambhir had categorically denied the charges and asserted that it was AAP that was pulling these stunts for votes.
Later, Gautam Gambhir had sent a defamation notice to Atishi Marlena, Manish Sisodia and Arvind Kejriwal for alleging that these pamphlets were printed and distributed by Gautam Gambhir. Several eminent cricketers had also come out in support of Gautam Gambhir against the allegations hurled by AAP.