Netizens Mock Ramdas Athawale's Yoga Day Video: 'Stick to Trolling Rahul Gandhi'

A video that has gained massive traction on social media shows the Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Ramdas Athawale, doing yoga. The Union Minister, infamous for his "Go Corona, Go" chant during the novel coronavirus period, can be seen dressed in a maroon loose-fitting t-shirt and beige pants, performing yoga under the instructions of an instructor during a public event.
On Union Minister Ramdas Athawale's Yoga Day Video; Netizens Say  'You Are Better Off Trolling Rahul Gandhi'

On Union Minister Ramdas Athawale's Yoga Day Video; Netizens Say 'You Are Better Off Trolling Rahul Gandhi'

As International Yoga Day is being celebrated today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is commemorating the day by performing yoga in the Himalayan state of Kashmir. Several people and ministers are posting images and videos of themselves practicing the ancient Indian discipline. A video that has gained massive traction on social media shows the Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Ramdas Athawale, doing yoga. The Union Minister, infamous for his "Go Corona, Go" chant during the novel coronavirus period, can be seen dressed in a maroon loose-fitting t-shirt and beige pants, performing yoga under the instructions of an instructor during a public event.
Here's the viral video:
The video was shared on X by news agency ANI and has evoked a flurry of comments, leaving several amused.
One user wrote: "He is so funny all the time; he should be Minister of Comedy."
Another commented: "Sir, leave the exercise aside; you are better off trolling Rahul Gandhi."
A third user said: "Time for 'Go Yoga Go.'"
PM Modi led the 10th International Yoga Day in the "land of Sadhna" Srinagar on Friday. This year's theme, "Yoga for Self and Society," emphasizes yoga's vital role in fostering individual well-being and social harmony. Over the years, PM Modi has led Yoga Day celebrations at various iconic locations, including Delhi's Kartavya Path, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Ranchi, and Jabalpur.
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