LGBT community in India still faces a lot of flak and are hardly accepted by the society. There are a lot of protests and programs are organise to create awareness of the same. And recently Delhi saw the Queer Pride parade and was a great success. Thousands of youngsters attended the same from Barakhamba Road to Jantar Mantar to celebrate the community. The 10th edition of Delhi Pride Parade had people from various walks of life showcasing rainbow colours and interesting placards and no doubt they were a treat to watch. But one placard caught everyone’s attention. The placard had a message ‘Shashi Tharoor, Marry Me. Yes, you read it right. The youngster who was captured holding the placard goes by the name Surya HK on social media sites. Here is the picture of the guy holding the placard that was posted on Instagram.
And it’s not only him 😬 #pride2017 #prideparade #dqp #loveislove #delhiqueerpride #love
Politician Shashi Tharoor is very active on social media and boasts of large followers on the same. And this is no news that he always amuses his followers with epic tweets. From tweeting hard-to-comprehend words to tweeting a typo, his tweets always garner attention and this time his reply to the tweet of stole the show. He soon tweeted, “Haha! Now if they were only registered to vote in Thiruvananthapuram, it would be even better!”
Here is the tweet:
Twitterati, as usual, was quick to applaud the tweet that was given by Tharoor. Here are some of the tweets.
There is no doubt at all!
Tharoor as PM? What do you think?
We indeed need some more Tharoors
Even at the age of 61 years, youngsters really admire Tharoor for he is such a great intellectual with a flamboyant personality. The response won him respect on Twitter and the netizens appreciated the former diplomat. For the uninitiated, Tharoor represents Thiruvananthapuram constituency and he is also the Chairman of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on External Affairs. In the year 2016, he had even put forward private member’s bill to decriminalise homosexuality in India. His bill was rejected twice and vented his anger in many articles in past. What are your views on this? Let us know in the comments below.