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BJP calls out ‘lungi terrorists’, Ram Guha labelled ‘urban naxal’, Mevani warns of storm

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

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New Delhi: BJP’s Subramanian Swamy has his own reason to not hate those protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act.

What was BJP’s Karnataka unit thinking before tweeting this? We wonder!

Trinamool Congress’ Lok Sabha MP Mahua Moitra is quite sarcastic while calling Amit Shah and PM Modi “patriotic”.

Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani warns of the approaching ‘storm’ in light of the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Act.

Activist Shehla Rashid calls out PM Modi here like she always does.

This tweet hilariously expresses the reality of the country’s grim situation.

And here is BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra trying to stop the ‘false propaganda’.

BJP’s Dilip Ghosh calls out ‘lungi terrorists’. But Sir, who are these ‘lungi terrorists’?

Here’s journalist Aarti Tikoo Singh calling out author Arundhati Roy for ‘propagating fiction’ about citizenship Act. You should clear all the ‘misconceptions’ about the CAA, ma’am!

Someone is pointing out the ‘double standards’ of our cricketers.

Moving beyond citizenship law protests — here’s US President Donald Trump taking a dig at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Yes Mr Trump, you are the ‘hoax’ buster!

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