Twitter Brutally Trolled Sagarika Ghose For Her Confused Tweets Over India & China

The MEA made an announcement of a settlement between China and India as far as the Doklam issue is concerned and as per the statement, India will be withdrawing troops, whereas China can keep on patrolling there.

It was quite natural for this announcement to be a topic of discussion on Twitter and from journalists to common public, people expressed their opinions on the matter! Nevertheless, Sagarika Ghose didn’t seem to understand the MEA’s statement and tweeted her confused views regarding the matter which further made her an object of mockery in the hands of Twitterati who are just brilliant when it comes to trolling!


Here’s what Sagarika Ghose tweeted, “India withdraws troops but China will continue patrolling? What about a Chinese withdrawal? Pls confirm @MEAIndia”

Now it was obvious for her to get thrashed for her ignorant tweet! Check out some of the selected reactions:

Are you sure you’re a journalist?

Lady POGO:

Don’t you understand the difference?

Solid insult:

That’s epic!


Zero IQ:


That’s not all! She went on to make another tweet which gave one more opportunity to crazy Twitter users. Sagarika wrote, “Why does the word “withdrawal” not figure in the Chinese statement?”

And this is how Twitter slammed her:



Burnol 😀

That’s definitely some epic thrashing! What do you say?

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