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What opposition can learn from BJP-ruled states, and a Freudian slip on ‘heat wave’

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

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The selected cartoons appeared first in other publications, either in print or online, or on social media, and are credited appropriately. 

In today’s featured cartoon, E.P. Unny mocks the BJP governments at the Centre and in the states on two burning issues, fuel price rise and the razing of ‘illegal construction’ and properties of ‘criminals’. Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday urged opposition-ruled states to provide consumers relief from high fuel prices by reducing VAT on petrol and diesel.

Sandeep Adhwaryu | The Times of India

Sandeep Adhwaryu alludes to the removal of nearly 11,000 loudspeakers from religious sites at the behest of Yogi Adityanath’s Uttar Pradesh government. The volumes of 35,221 loudspeakers were also lowered by Wednesday evening.

Sajith Kumar | Twitter/@sajithkumar

Sajith Kumar draws a parallel between the crisis of unemployment and the recent language row between Kannada film star Kichha Sudeep and Hindi film star Ajay Devgn on Twitter.

Satish Acharya | Twitter/@satishacharya

Satish Acharya also comments on the debate on Hindi as ‘national language’ between actor Ajay Devgn and Kiccha Sudeep.

Kirtish Bhatt | BBC News Hindi

Kirtish Bhatt points to the rising temperatures across the country, literally and figuratively, thanks to the heat wave and incidents of hate in many states. He illustrates a news channel head apologising for misspelling ‘heat wave’ as ‘hate wave’.

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