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By Online Desk

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, while giving a congratulatory message on the Navami date of Navratri, tweeted something that people started trolling him. 

While wishing the people, the SP chief wrote Mahanavami as Ram Navami. Yadav made two tweets to wish Mahanavami. In the first tweet, he wrote, “Wishing you and your family a very Happy Ram Navami.”

He deleted the tweet when people started trolling him for this mistake. The SP chief corrected the mistake and made a new tweet, but by then people had taken the screenshot of his previous tweet and continued to surround him on the new tweet.

Ram Navami, is looked upon as an important Hindu Festival, and a celebration to honor the birth of Lord Ram, the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. @yadavakhilesh ji https://t.co/0OuDNZX66M
— Advocate Santosh Singh (@ImSan1107) October 14, 2021
It is worth noting that on the second tweet of Akhilesh Yadav also people are trolling for Ram Navami’s tweet. A user named Poonam Thakur (@RajputKanyaUP) wrote: “Instead of visiting temples for vote bank, if I had got good information about Hindu religion and customs, Akhilesh Yadav ji might not have made such a mistake.”

One Ajay Dixit (@DixitJustice) wrote: “There is a limit, now they also have to tell that Ram Navami is held in Chaitra Navratri, it is Shardiya Navratri.” 

पहिलका काहे मिटा दिए सुल्तान..! pic.twitter.com/mkJubKCiMd
— पिंकू शुक्ला (@shuklaapinku) October 14, 2021
Apart from Akhilesh Yadav, veteran Congress leader Anand Sharma also tweeted Mahanavami by writing Ram Navami.

आपको भी Merry Christmas
— Facts (@BefittingFacts) October 14, 2021

noEid mubarak to sharma jee

— KhadijaEx Muslim (@Khadija__UK) October 14, 2021

Ramnavami falls in Chaitra Navratri. Navami in Shardiya Navratri is called Mahanavami and Goddess Siddhidatri is worshiped on that day.