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First step towards Congress’ revival according to Prashant Kishor, and the ‘real’ encroachment

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In today’s featured cartoon, Sandeep Adhwaryu alludes to political strategist Prashant Kishor approaching the Congress with a revival plan for the party, and also takes a jibe at the demolition drives that took place in Madhya Pradesh’s Khargone and Delhi’s Jahangiripuri following communal clashes.

Alok Nirantar | @caricatured/Twitter
Alok Nirantar | @caricatured/Twitter

Alok Nirantar also draws on Prashant Kishor’s plan to revive the Congress, suggesting the entire old structure of the party needs to be demolished.

R. Prasad | Economic Times
R. Prasad | Economic Times

R. Prasad mocks the Congress for missing a soul, after Kishor made a pitch to keep the party’s soul alive, but in a new body.

Sajith Kumar | Deccan Herald

Sajith Kumar takes a dig at the ongoing controversy related to anti-encroachment drives, referring to Hindutva leader Sadhvi Rithambara asking every Hindu couple to produce four children and dedicate two of them to the nation.

Manjul | New9Live.com
Manjul | New9Live.com

Manjul highlights the increasing communal tension in the country, suggesting that the bulldozers are being used to widen the gap between Hindus and Muslims.

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