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Gautam Bhatia’s parable, Pattanaik’s new definition of woke & Priyanka calls on a goddess

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

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New Delhi: Jaggi Vasudeva’s video explainer in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act and the National Register of Citizens, has generated a lot of hot air and disagreement on social media.

Writer Madhu Kishwar approves of his effort but thinks another spiritual leader would have done it better.

 

Writer Aatish Taseer has a very different reaction…

Advocate Gautam Bhatia, on the other hand, invents a parable to chide ‘Mr. S. Guru’ gently.

Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit supports ‘freedom of expression’ with something about cows and goats…

 

Author Devdutt Pattanaik invents new definitions for Muslim, Hindutva and ‘woke’!

Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav takes a strong position against NPR-NRC everyday. After saying he won’t fill out the NPR form, he’s now asking the government to focus on ‘real’ issues.

Your actions must speak louder than your words, says RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav to Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on NRC-CAA-NPR.

 

 

Priyanka Gandhi calls on Goddess Chamunda, we wonder why…

 

And, BJP’s Karnataka goes after Priyanka Gandhi in defence of Yogi Adityanath.

Lastly, to celebrate the BJP in 2019, Congress has organised an award function, Bollywood style…

Happy new year to all Trawling Twitter readers, see you next decade…

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