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Rahul Gandhi may be hugging Modi in Parliament, but their parties are fighting on social media

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Both Congress and BJP took to social media to expose the hypocrisy of the other.

New Delhi: Social media has been the battleground for very many debates between the Indian national Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Today is no different. If you’re lacking entertainment, there is a lot on offer as the no-confidence motion hits the floor of Lok Sabha.

Narendra Modi’s tweet set the stage last night:

The no-confidence vote in the Parliament has generated many Twitter trends from #BhookampAaneWaalaHai to #KyaHuaTeraVada.

Amit Malviya took to sharing a compilation video of Rahul Gandhi’s previous speeches:

Congress, however, had a Hindi musical number up its sleeve:

As Rahul Gandhi called out the Rafale deal, BJP posted a video of Emmanuel Macron defending it:

Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman comes to the rescue of the Centre:

The blame game doesn’t stop just yet:


Senior Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala also has a set of questions:

BJP also shared Rajendra Prasad’s letter that ‘exposes’ Rahul Gandhi’s double speak on women’s reservation:

However, moment of the day goes to the jaddu ki jappi:

BJP, of course, won’t be left behind in a game of its own invention:

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