Following massive trolling, he deleted the tweet and put up another image of himself working from home, and encouraged others to do the same.
Some of the trolls are:
During French revolution in 1789, when Russian people who were struggling to get food so they protested & asked queen Marie Antoinette, bread to eat, in her reply, French queen said, "If you do not have bread to eat, then eat the cake." #RamayanaParMahabharat #PrakashJavadekar
— Sudhir Suryawanshi (@ss_suryawanshi) March 28, 2020
Prakash Javadekar seems to have deleted this tweet.
He must have received an angry call from Modi - "Yaar, I said people must be provided with adequate cereals. CEREALS. Not serials." #Ramayan pic.twitter.com/3WsHeKT2wQ
— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) March 28, 2020
This @PrakashJavdekar is literally me when I was 14 and my parents used to spy on my study time when we had exams, to see if I was faffing around or actually working. pic.twitter.com/Mu910BaXIz
— Sandhya (@TheRestlessQuil) March 28, 2020
When the whole world is fighting against the outbreak of COVID-19, Prakash Javadekar, Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change is sitting idle at home and watching Ramayan. Not only this, he can be seen encouraging others including PM to do the same. @narendramodi pic.twitter.com/U4PEBcSJEV
— Deepika Singh Rajawat (@DeepikaSRajawat) March 28, 2020
Dear @PrakashJavdekar. If you are done watching TV, perhaps you may wish to see this report. https://t.co/6dvEmn9sTK
— Rohini Singh (@rohini_sgh) March 28, 2020
One minister is enjoying Ramayana at home... #PrakashJavadekar
The home minister is nowhere to be seen#WhereIsAmitShah pic.twitter.com/fJQId8kk1l
— MonikaS (@monika__shah) March 28, 2020