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Modi govt does a ‘great job’ with A-SAT test as PM gulps down ‘Shakti tonic’

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Jayanto Banerjee | Twitter

After India’s first successful demonstration of its anti-satellite missile (A-SAT), Jayanto Banerjee takes a dig at the Congress for claiming the success of the operation for party president Rahul Gandhi’s ‘grandfather’ Jawaharlal Nehru. Congress pointed out Wednesday that DRDO, responsible for the operation, was set up under Nehru.

Mahamud | Twitter

Mahamud illustrates a ‘frail’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi gulping down the ‘Shakti tonic’ after Wednesday’s A-SAT test to beef up before the Lok Sabha elections.

Mir Suhail | News18

Mir Suhail draws up Prime Minister Narendra Modi taking a hit at Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who recently launched the minimum income guarantee scheme, with the A-SAT missile test.

Sajith Kumar | Deccan Herald

Highlighting the fervour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s A-SAT announcement Wednesday, Sajith Kumar suggests that the ‘Chowkidar’ has run away with the ‘credit’ for the success of ‘Mission Shakti’ that actually belonged to the DRDO and ISRO scientists.

Sandeep Adhwarya | The Times of India

Sandeep Adhwaryu takes a potshot at Modi governments’s attempts at hiding its failure in creating employment by trumpeting the success of ‘Mission Shakti’.

Manjul | Firstpost

Manjul suggests that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the nation Wednesday announcing ‘Mission Shakti’ blew up the model code of conduct.

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