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The best cartoons of the day, chosen by editors at ThePrint.

The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately.

Gokul Gopalakrishnan | The Asian Age

In The Asian Age, Gokul Gopalakrishnan imagines what Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel may have felt observing the people of this country from a height of 182 metres.

Alok Nirantar | Twitter

Alok Nirantar illustrates Modi government’s ‘make and break’ attitudes toward the two Patels — ‘Iron Man’ Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and RBI governor Urjit Patel — in view of the rift between the government and the central bank.

Irfan | Twitter

Irfan takes a swipe at the ‘achievements’ of PM Narendra Modi — the 182-m Statue of Unity, and his own 56-inch chest.

Manjul | Firstpost

In Firstpost, Manjul suggests that unity in India is as much in danger as liberty is in the United States.

Mika Aziz | Twitter

Mika Aziz imagines that Narendra Modi as ‘Statue of Promises’ is taller than Sardar Patel’s statue.

Satish Acharya | News Sting

In News Sting, Satish Acharya makes a strong comment that the government has money to build statues but it has nothing to offer to farmers who are at the receiving end.

R. Prasad | The Economic Times

In The Economic Times, R. Prasad anticipates that in view of the rising air pollution in Delhi, people may escape to other places to celebrate Diwali.

Kirtish Bhatt | BBC News Hindi

In BBC News Hindi, Kirtish Bhatt imagines that had the Sardar Patel’s statue been installed in Delhi, it would have been invisible due to smog caused by air pollutants.

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