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Amit Shah eyes Pakistan, and truck load of cows for Rwanda

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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.

EP Unny | The Indian Express

The ‘right’ atmospherics

E.P. Unny, in The Indian Express, has a witty take on the Narendra Modi government’s Republic Day invite to Donald Trump. The cartoon suggests that the atmosphere of hate, fake news and chaos is perfect for a Trump visit.

Irfan | Twitter

Present perfect, past imperfect

Irfan takes a dig at Union minister Rajnath Singh’s comment that the biggest lynchings took place in 1984, in a complete oversight of the gravity of the lynchings currently happening in the country.

Ishtayeque Ansari | Facebook

Cow alert

Ishtayeque Ansari illustrates that the rampant cow vigilantism in the country may end up putting the Prime Minister in peril. The Prime Minister had recently gifted 200 cows to a model village programme in Rwanda.

R Prasad| Economic Times

On foreign shores

Fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi, involved in the Punjab National Bank scam with diamantaire Nirav Modi, claimed that he has been the citizen of Antigua and Barbuda since 2017. R. Prasad suggests that many tycoons will now look up the Caribbean nation just in case they need an escape.

Satish Acharya | Twitter

When there is a will

Satish Acharya mocks BJP president Amit Shah’s reputation of taking advantage of any political instability, by referencing the Pakistan elections where no party has a majority.

Alok Nirantar | Twitter

Flooded priorities

On Uddhav Thackeray’s birthday, the Shiv Sena gave the call of ‘Chalo Varanasi, Chalo Ayodhya’ in an attempt to mobilise Hindu votes. Alok Nirantar suggests that the party needs to get its priorities right as Mumbai continues to flood due to the monsoon rains.

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