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In today’s featured cartoon, Alok Nirantar refers to the recent debates in Parliament, with the Opposition attacking PM Modi over the Adani controversy. A proud Modi boasts about taking on the Opposition all by himself, even as the PM is assisted by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, journalists, and government agencies like the ED, the CBI, and IT.
Taking swipe at the Animal Welfare Board of India’s appeal to celebrate 14 February as ‘Cow Hug Day’, Nala Ponnappa caricatures a special Indian ethnic variant of cow, bred purely to be worshipped.
Green Humour also latches onto the recent ‘Cow Hug Day’ controversy, showcasing cows on the popular dating platform, Tinder.
Irshad Kaptan further takes a dig at the Animal Welfare Board’s recent appeal for ‘Cow Hug Day’, illustrating a jealous bull tossing a man aside for hugging his ‘Valentine’.
Sandeep Adhwaryu takes a swipe at the expunging of portions from parliamentary remarks made by non-BJP MPs, including Rahul Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge, over the row surrounding industrialist Gautam Adani.