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Amit Shah’s shopping cart, Bishan Bedi’s ‘Maha’ movie & Priyanka claps back at PM Modi

The most politically correct and incorrect tweets of the day from across the political spectrum.

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New Delhi: The political merry-go-round in Maharashtra appears to have come to a standstill for now with the resignations of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, but the drama provoked many responses on Twitter from politicians, media and some very unlikely people. Take a look.

Congress MP Jaiveer Shergill reflects the air of jubilation in his party with enters this witty comment.

 Political activist Sudheendra Kulkarni has some major expectations from the Congress…

 Looks like Fadnavis took Jha’s advice for an honourable exit.

 Meanwhile, Prashant Bhushan looks forward to more resignations.

The Congress’ official account has been having lot of fun at Home Minister Amit Shah’s expense

 Former cricketer Bishan Bedi watched movies with ‘Maha’ meaning.

IAS officer Ashok Khemka also has a sarcastic message for the four parties in Maharashtra’s political chess game.

Can you hear the slow claps in this Pawan Khera jibe after corruption cases against Ajit Pawar were dropped?

Looks like someone is still bitter about what happened in Karnataka!

Whether truth triumphs or not, looks like Sanjay Raut’s Shiv Sena will have the last laugh. 

AIMIM President Asaduddin Owaisi just refuses to move on from being a ‘Muslim’ or from ‘Ayodhya’.


Priyanka Gandhi Vadra’s scathing comeback to the PM’s speeches.

BJP’s Priti Gandhi manages to include opportunist leaders in a 26/11 tribute.

And finally, home Minister Amit Shah clearly wasn’t listening very carefully to whatever Gautam Gambhir said, right?


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