Karnataka politician Ramya offers reward for Modi's photos with flood victims; gets trolled

Arkadev Ghoshal
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Actor-turned-politician Ramya aka Divya Spandana was on Tuesday trolled on Twitter for announcing a reward for any photo that showed Prime Minister Narendra Modi with victims of floods in any part of the country. 

Twitterati responded to her post on the micro-blogging site with photos from her acting days.

This is hardly the first time Ramya has landed in the eye of a storm. She was also booked for sedition last year for saying Pakistan was not "hell" after visiting the country and praising the people's hospitality there. 

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Reward for photo

On Wednesday, Ramya took to Twitter to write: "Can't find a single image of Prime Minister Modi with flood affected victims in Assam, Gujarat or Bihar. Too scared to get lynched you think? [sic]"

The jab at Modi was meant to rake up the mob lynchings by cow vigilantes across the country, something the prime minister has already condemned. 

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Ramya then offered money to anyone who could get her one such photo.

She wrote: "Ok guys, I'll give you 25,000 rupees if you find me a picture of Modi with flood affected victims in Assam, Gujarat or Bihar. No photoshop [sic]."

Here are the two tweets with which she asked for the photos: 

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Flooded with trolling?

Barely hours after Ramya sent out her appeal along with the promise of a reward, she was trolled with photos from her past. 

A user named Naveen Sagar posted a collage of images from a photoshoot of hers along with the comment: "Ramya with flood affected victim. She was reportedly paid a prize money of 6 lakh for this. No fotoshop. Real pic [sic]." 

See the tweet here:

While Ramya did not respond to the tweet directly, she posted a video on Tuesday evening purportedly showing a person who trolled her now issuing an apology. 

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