Manohar Parrikar trolled mercilessly over ‘Girls who drink beer’ statement

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New Delhi:

Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar has been trolled on social media following his remark on Friday that he is a worried man these days as girls have started consuming alcohol.

"I have begun to fear now, because even the girls have started drinking beer. The tolerance limit is being crossed," Parrikar had said addressing the State Youth Parliament organised by the state Legislature Department Panaji.

The hashtag #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer has been used to ridicule Parrikar’s statement.

Here, sharing a selected few:

Media is misquoting @manoharparrikar ji. His full statement was " #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer are bad but #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer with Pakodas are angels. "

— Rofl Gandhi (@RoflGandhi_) February 10, 2018

PM is annoyed by women who laugh, Parrikar is scared of girls drinking beer. Yogi offers solution keep them tied to the door post.

— Tushar (@TusharG) February 10, 2018

Sorry Mr. Parrikar, you will simply have to beer with us! #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer

— Divyani Rattanpal (@Divyanie) February 10, 2018

Don't worry CM sir, boys are safe. The drunk girls will not rape them. #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer

— Neha Agarwal (@nehaagar95) February 10, 2018

Since when did men have their exclusive rights over drinks? I fear a day will come when they will be like, "I've begun to fear, girls these days started breathing you know"#GirlsWhoDrinkBeer https://t.co/zubwqBBuWk

— Sabina Yesmin (@Learning2Live07) February 10, 2018

Started? They have been drinking for years. What is wrong with female drinking? I am not a supporter of drinking but can't discriminate.

— anuj saxena (@saxenaanuj) February 10, 2018

Hey @manoharparrikar. I know women who drink beer, wine, vodka & whiskey & some smoke pot too. They're all smart, self-sufficient, strong women who don't need your approval. That said, even when totally wasted, they make more sense than you do. #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer #GuysWhoTalkShit

— VISHAL DADLANI (@VishalDadlani) February 10, 2018

To Sir, With Love.Cheers from Goa, Mr Parrikar! #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer C’mon good ladies, let’s make this weekend worth it. Use the hashtag and share your beer 🍻 pics on my timeline.The one with the best pic, your beer is on me. pic.twitter.com/6AX3jejIIV

— Nishtha Gautam (@TedhiLakeer) February 10, 2018

Are you expecting us to go through sex change operation for a glass of beer ? 🙄@manoharparrikar 🍺🍺🍺🍺🍺*Cheers* https://t.co/S0JjG3B4kg

— Saniya Sayed (@Ssaniya25) February 10, 2018

We all are living in 2018 and this guy is in 1880

— SJ 🇮🇳 (@RealSheetal) February 10, 2018

Now where is the picture of me holding a giant beer mug when I need it? I'm with #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer because I'm one. 🍺🍻

— madhusree ghosh (@madhusree_gh) February 10, 2018

Dear Mr @manoharparrikar please be afraid...because #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer are out to teach you a lesson on how to stop being a regressive & misogynistic person..Your PM vilifies those that laugh, Yogi asks women to stay home, BJP leaders have raped women & now this #ShameOnYou pic.twitter.com/TK5nXrtQqm

— Aiyshwarya Mahadev (@AiyshMahadev) February 10, 2018

That’s me drinking beer in Goa #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer pic.twitter.com/9ksCdqe0PF

— Moon (@moonsez) February 10, 2018

#GirlsWhoDrinkBeer and this was 25 years back... pic.twitter.com/ibJHvvd2C8

— Shalini Nair (@ShaliniNair68) February 10, 2018

Thanks for giving me the opportunity to post this @manoharparrikar 😂😂#GirlsWhoDrinkBeer pic.twitter.com/wqTSI6zeAW

— Romita (@clued_up_chic) February 10, 2018

Sometimes I join dad too. #GirlsWhoDrinkBeer pic.twitter.com/nYEO9H4kvy

— NRK (@PWNeha) February 10, 2018

Absolute Kaliyug ! 😲Girls drinking beer, women laughing out loud !Aur Abhi toh Valentine's Day🌹 ki Leela baki hai Sir !💣 https://t.co/jhqmNh0rk4

— Mrinal Pande (@MrinalPande1) February 10, 2018

Let's drink our beer and raise a toast for the men who fear 😉#GirlsWhoDrinkBeer pic.twitter.com/BrWVRZnxNn

— rach_aha (@rach_aha) February 10, 2018

#GirlsWhoDrinkBeer with their fathers who drink beer pic.twitter.com/t0Fqxg4O5S

— Veena Venugopal (@veenavenugopal) February 10, 2018

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