The health of the youthful lady extremely raped made worse Monday, as PM Manmohan Singh advised the country to wish on her and vowed to check on “monstrous” crimes against women.
A next day of violence within the city center left lots of ordinary people and cops hurt, calm came back towards the capital even while 100s ongoing to protest demanding strict action from the rapists. On Sunday, the protests, usually by students, saw hooligan elements mingled within the crowd uproot wooden rods erected for that 26 the month of January Republic Day event and hang them afire at five places. For the photos click the link.
Security forces Monday sealed off all streets resulting in Rashtrapati Bhavan and India Gate, leading to huge congested zones, while Delhi Metro shut nine key stations to avoid demonstrators easy accessibility capital’s heart.
Pm Manmohan Singh finally addressed the country on Monday morning to soothe the protestors agitating from the gang-rape incident in Delhi. But a gaffe in the finish from the speech that was broadcast by major news channels only left the protesters more incensed.
After finishing his speech the PM requested, most likely the cameraperson filming him, “theek hai?”. The couple of-second lengthy footage was in some way not edited out prior to the statement was delivered to television stations. It soon made its method to YouTube and was shared by 1000’s of web customers on Facebook.
The netizens on Facebook required “theek hai” area of the speech like a show of political apathy and indifference. While using hashtag #theekhai, they made fun of the PM and the government. Many authored that ‘it isn’t #theek hai’.
In under an hour or so following the speech, #theekhai grew to become the very best Twitter trend for India. Since that time 1000’s of tweets have used the hashtag.
Rahul Kanwal (@rahulkanwal), a journalist, tweeted: “If sab #TheekHai there’d be pointless that you should speak @PMOIndia.”
Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat), a author, stated, “Madam, madam sorry madam, maine aise hi pooch liya #theekhai? Aage se will stay with the script. Theek hai? Oops madam, sorry… Hello? Hello?”
Faking News (@fakingnews) noted, “LOL! #TheekHai has already been trending in India. Twitter can earn billions whether it sells a user interface to gov that may censor trending subjects.”