Devyani’s Twitter Following Up 1200%

NYC Indian Diplomat Devyani Khobragade Arrested on Charges of Visa FraudI’ve never been in doubt that India is populated mostly by parasites and scavengers feeding on carrion, both animal and human.

When it comes to scavenging, Indians are, of course, peerless zombies.

All carcass is grist to the Indian scavenging mill.

600% Jump – Devyani Twitter

Take for instance the scandal tainted NYC Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade, who was arrested recently by U.S. authorities on charges of Visa fraud and making false statements on her maid’s wages.

On the day of her arrest, December 12, just five days back, Devyani’s Twitter following languished at a measly 35.

A ridiculously low number. Hell, even SI has 50. 😉

Devyani's Twitter Followers December 12, 2013Devyani’s Twitter Followers – 35 (above) on Dec 12, 2013

Devyani's Twitter Followers December 17, 2013Devyani’s Twitter Followers – 232 (above) on Dec 17, 2013

Post Devyani’s arrest, her following has increased to 232, an increase of nearly 600%.

Up 1,200%

When I last checked (at 8:40AM ET Wednesday), Devyani’s Twitter follower count had increased to 454, an increase of 1,200%.

Insurance peddlers, underachievers, Hindus, Christians, Muslims, astrologers, pseudo-philosophers, Manmohan Singh followers, Manmohan Singh haters, students and an assorted bunch of bottom-feeding Indian whackos have jumped on Devyani’s carcass.

Is there a message here somewhere for social media specialists? 😉

Mera Bharat Mahaan!

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5 Responses to "Devyani’s Twitter Following Up 1200%"

  1. msveda   December 17, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    Don’t take it seriously.

    Many People are following her, after they (presumably) had seen her picture on Net.

    Whether she is corrupt or not, she is one hell of attractive lady to get twitter followers raking upon.

    India, is after all, a sexually repressed nation. Responds:
    You write: India, is after all, a sexually repressed nation.

    India, and the world, will be a lot happier if Prostitution (of both homosexual and heterosexual kind) and Marijuana are legalized.

    As you likely know, some states in the U.S. have recently legalized Marijuana.

  2. boopalanj   December 17, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    Indian government is reacting in a lot of ways.

    It cancels ID cards / some free passes (I don’t know what they’re worth for) issued to US officials. It withdraws additional security for US officials. It asks for details of indians employed by US officials and their salaries. Police lifts barricades outside US Embassies (Who cares?). Meerakumar cancels meeting with US MPs. Modi follows. Rahul dittos.

    I don’t have a problem with government reacting that way. It is good to be tough in some way, but I have not seen government reacting this hard for other important problems – such as No-Chinese-Visa for people from Arunachal Pradesh / TN Fishermen getting killed by Srilankan navy, etc.

    Why can’t they also fix the “maid problem” along with all these reactions? Responds:

    All the measures India has taken so far are token in nature.

    No bite in any of them.

    Just a public show that they too can ‘flex some muscle.’

    At the end of the day, India needs the U.S. more than the U.S. needs India.

    A single U.S. measure – Quadrupling H1B Visa fees or delays in processing the H1B applications will screw all the top Indian IT companies.

    Let’s face the truth – India is a powerless, petty player on the global stage.

    • Aswin_Kini   December 18, 2013 at 5:19 am

      “At the end of the day, India needs the U.S. more than the U.S. needs India.” – Really??? In terms of IT, yes, US is the golden goose, but I am not very sure about other fields????

      Please do note that US, contrary to popular opinion is not the only rich/powerful nation in the world. Indians will face extreme difficulties without US support, but they will survive and continue to grow.

      “A single U.S. measure – Quadrupling H1B Visa fees or delays in processing the H1B applications will screw all the top Indian IT companies.” – As Charles Darwin once said, “The fittest will survive”. Indian companies may lack in innovation, but their survival instinct is much much better than others….. They will always find a way to survive….. Indian IT companies are like rats, they will dig their way through mountains to see daylight.. Never underestimate them. (This is not necessarily a bad thing!)

  3. Dr.Logu   December 18, 2013 at 12:59 am

    We have been at the receiving end for centuries back from the days of Islamic invasion to the Portuguese Goa conquest to the British invasion we could count on.. on and on.

    We had always been powerless spines and will continue to be..All talk talk and nothing else..

    When it comes to this case, I am on the side of America as it is the moral duty of any citizen who emigrates to act within the laws of the foreign land.. Responds:

    Indian diplomats should stop getting maids from India and start hiring locals.

    And of course, the diplomats should be paid better so that they can afford to hire locals.

    Three maid cases in 3 years at the NYC Indian Consulate is ridiculous! 🙁

  4. Dr.Logu   December 18, 2013 at 1:16 am

    A diplomat should have a been a perfect role model representing the larger section of our country but because of her irresponsible act, she extrapolated the bad image about Indian citizens.

    Now its in the hands of US lawmakers to set a perfect example of how they want people to act in their country and ignore baloney like return the ID cards… Responds:

    In the U.S., only the extremely wealthy have maids.

    But NYC Indian diplomats on modest salaries of $4,000 or $4,500 want maids! Must be the Indian hangover.

    It’s hard to afford a maid on such a salary.

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