Paras Singh, the infamous YouTuber who was arrested and brought to Arunachal Pradesh to be imprisoned for his racist outburst against Arunachal MLA Ninong Ering, was spotted partying with Arunachalee people.
Apart from receiving history and geography lessons on Arunachal Pradesh, the young Youtuber also learned to party in Arunachalee style.
Nobody expected to find Youtuber Paras Singh enjoying himself in the company of a few Arunachal Pradesh people after making racist and disparaging remarks about MLA Ninong Ering being a "non-Indian" and Arunachal Pradesh being a "part of China."
Despite the disrespectful statements made about their motherland, the Arunachalee people's amusing gesture towards the Youtuber speaks much about the ideals of fraternity and tolerance.
The fundamental cause for the Youtuber's racist outbursts is widespread misunderstanding of India's northeastern region. Through this gesture, the previously ignorant and prejudiced YouTuber will forever be free of the concept that Northeasterners are less Indian and will realise that they, too, are as Indian as those from other parts of the country.
Two weeks after his arrest, an Arunachal Pradesh court granted Ludhiana-based Youtuber Paras Singh bail on the condition that he post a personal bond of Rs 10,000.
Earlier the YouTuber was arrested by the Ludhiana police in Punjab on May 26 for making racial remarks against senior Congress MLA Ninong Ering and the people of Arunachal Pradesh. Following his arrest, Paras was brought to Itanagar on May 27 by a team of SIT from the state. The court had on May 29 sent the YouTuber to judicial custody for 6 days in Arunachal Pradesh.
Paras had made the racial comments while reacting to a letter addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi by Ering recently wherein he had appealed to the latter to ban the relaunch of PUBG Mobile India's new avatar Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Ering, also a former Lok Sabha member, had reasoned that the game was aimed at deceiving the government and citizens and should be banned in the country.