After all the match – fixing saga, after the last years IPL, Sreesanth decided to become a Politician, Now Sreesanth a BJP candidate from Thiruvananthapuram, took to twitter to share his vision for Kerala, but there was a slight problem – Sreesanth called Kerala city.
The change is must in Kerala Nd Iam sure It will happen this time..we can be worlds best city if we all work together..
— Sreesanth (@sreesanth36) April 17, 2016
He could have blamed it on Congress or the AAP – as political Vendetta, whatever the case – Twitter would have not spared him. Not even his potential voters.
@sreesanth36 if Kerala is city than India must be state for u 😂😂😂 please hire someone who can write your tweets
— Dhruv (@dhruvvijay) April 19, 2016
@sreesanth36 Kerala is a state, not a city !!
— Soney (@SoneyPaulson) April 17, 2016
— TheRadiologistsEye (@beingdrgaurav) April 18, 2016
@sreesanth36 From God's own country to a city !! 😀
— Sanat (@sanotech86) April 18, 2016
Meanwhile Sreesanth, instead of accepting his mistake, made another mistake of blocking the users who pointed it out to him.
Achievement unlocked! For the first time in history is a candidate trying to win an election by blocking voters. pic.twitter.com/rOEbKU4XBe
— vadakkus (@vadakkus) April 19, 2016
— Darth Syddius (@Syddie) April 18, 2016
Shreesanth clarified later, but it was too little too late.
@dhruvvijay all I meant is Tvm is gonna be the best city in the world..as Iam winning from this constituency..I will make change in Kerala
— Sreesanth (@sreesanth36) April 19, 2016
Moral of the Story: Learn from your mistakes, and when you are a public figure more over a politician, blocking opinions is the last thing you want to do.
It’s absolutely not his fault, since Kerala has recently become the state with 100% Primary Education.
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