Chandigarh: A tweet from the official handle of United Nations – Water, which coordinates UN’s work on water and sanitation across the globe, tagged jailed Dera Sacha Sauda head Gurmeet Ram Rahim and his ‘angel’ daughter Honeypreet providing the Twitterati ample fodder to talk about.
“ Dear @insan_honey, we hope you & @Gurmeetramrahim will lend your voice and support #WorldToiletDay,” the tweet from the official handle of UN-Water said. The tweet was accompanied by a poster which read,” Around 60% of the world’s population don’t have a household toilet that safely takes away their waste.”
Dear @insan_honey, we hope you & @Gurmeetramrahim will lend your voice and support #WorldToiletDay -> https://t.co/oGpfb6FAej pic.twitter.com/KbruArry4k
— UN-Water (@UN_Water) October 4, 2017
While the actual purpose of tagging Ram Rahim, whose Twitter account has been withheld after he was convicted and jailed for raping his disciples, and Honeypreet is best known to the UN, people on social media platform presented some hilarious reasons.
“Is Haryana government handling your account UN?” asked one Priyanka Chaturvedi.
— Priyanka Chaturvedi (@priyankac19) October 4, 2017
“Lagta hai koi baba ka bhakt hai,” said Geet Kaur.
Nah. Captain’s Punjab police.
— virat (@Badke_babu) October 4, 2017
Here are some others:
Papa ji chhod do UN wale bhi support kr rhe hai ab to 😸😸😸
— Rofl Yadav (@Rofl_Yadav) October 4, 2017
Hope it turns out to be some kind of badly executed joke abt disposal of poop.https://t.co/YTYb49B0Am
— Gσνιи∂ (@MadAsEf) October 4, 2017
Congress is so frustrated and start tweeting from un water Twitter handle, please come back to home everything will be ok.😂😂 @INCIndia
— Sachin Sharma (@Sachinsharma864) October 4, 2017
However, the UN realised the gaffe after being trolled and took down the puzzling tweet.
Meanwhile, both Ram Rahim and Honeypreet are in jail. While Honeypreet was taken into custody on charges of sedition on Tuesday, Ram Rahim was sentenced to 20 years in prison on August 29 for raping two of his sadhvis in 2002.