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Last Laughs: The farmers’ march, Rahul Gandhi’s travels & trying to save public banks

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The best Indian 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.

The lead cartoon by Keshav in The Hindu, pokes fun at Rahul Gandhi’s constant disappearances when the opposition needs him the most, in this case a tour of southeast Asia.

Muthu’s cartoon in The Hindu, mocks the fact that all of MDMK’s and Vaiko’s political alliances have suffered terrible defeats over the years.

The farmer’s march in Maharashtra is the predominant subject across cartoons. Satish Acharya in Sify pays tribute to the farmers who have walking for days to make their grievances heard, while Manjul in Mid-Day showed how Mumbai has been halted by the march.

In his cartoon, Irfan mocks the government’s attempts to stop banks from being cheated like in the case of Nirav Modi.

 

Muthu, The Hindu

(Vaiko – To end BJP’s reign, I will even make an alliance with the Congress
Partymen – Sir, for that you should make an alliance with BJP (mocking the fact that all political parties which he had an alliance with all these years have suffered terrible defeats)

Manjul., Mid-Day | @manjultoons
Satish Acharya, Sify
Irfan | @IRFANSCARTOONS

(Passports will be required for loans exceeding Rs 50 crore
Fraudsters leaving the country: What’s left in the bank anyway)

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