Why do we have to assume every opinion to be 100% correct and factual? Any sane genuine buyer who works hard to earn his/her money will need all sides of the picture told to him/her and rest it is up to that buyer to decide what is true or false based on actual visit to judge bike physically and/or have a test drive.
If rajahasnain92's thread should be locked for being too negative, should not all threads praising YBR125 be locked too? That way, there will be no pros, no cons, just a neutral bike thread with bland non-pro non-con opinions. If you want that, that would be very unfortunate because that will be the true death for this bike on PW.
In earlier threads, die hard proponents of YBR125 (majority of them posted in this thread too) having an unrealistically optimistic view of the bike who couldn't stop praising the bike because of some legitimate and some unrealistic reasons even before they bought and rode it. No one asked those threads to be locked then. Everyone (owners and potential future buyers) was eager and waiting for realistic reviews before and after the initial positive peak subsided. Even rajahasnain92 was a king till he spoke against YBR125 after which he was mobbed by the same crowd. Why gag him for stating his opinion? Let's please have a thicker skin. He is one person with an initial positive review which turned negative according to his experience. Not everyone having a negative opinion is necessarily a dealer. After all, these are cheap commuter bikes meant to go from point A to B. Why be so blindly brand loyal to the point of depriving others from a legitimate review/viewpoint?
To be upfront, I don't know rajahasnain92 or other owners of this bike and have never even met any of those who have made threads here. Yet, I have a keen interest in this bike primarily due to reviews posted here. However, the inflammatory attitude of people here makes me want to stop considering ever purchasing this bike due to the increasingly negative connotations of a select few of the YBR125 fraternity on PW. Rajahasnain92's attitude, while obvious, isn't as damaging to this bike as that of its fanboys.
In the end, I would sincerely request members to not make this about brand war (Atlas vs Yamaha like AHL vs IMC, etc) but instead about shared experiences to the benefit of all.