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Giriraj Singh’s ‘English’ dig at Pakistan and Manish Sisodia gets all poetic

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

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New Delhi: Delhi Mahila Congress president Sharmistha Mukherjee had some unexpected visitors. See for yourself.

US Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris responded to President Donald Trump’s racist thread against four minority Congresswomen, quite critically. Her determination to keep Trump out of office is indeed note-worthy.

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh called out Shiromani Akali Dal president Sukhbir Singh Badal for shedding “crocodile tears” after the latter said he would move the court over the CBI’s closure report on the Bargari sacrilege case.

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi joined the celebration over International Court of Justice’s (ICJ) verdict that stayed the death sentence of Kulbhushan Jadhav.

On the other side of the border, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is claiming victory too. He is happy that the ICJ did not acquit Jadhav and he assured that proceedings would take place according to the law.

And here is Animal Husbandry Minister Giriraj Singh taking a dig at the Pakistan government’s tweet over the ICJ verdict. Why are we not surprised?

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia got all poetic while wishing his son happy birthday…it was indeed a heart-warming wish, sir.

AIPWA secretary and CPI(ML) politbureau member Kavita Krishnan asked a rather pertinent question after German Ambassador to India visited the RSS headquarters. Read on to find out.

Actor-turned politician Urmila Matondkar was extremely pleased after her “wonderful meeting” with Sonia Gandhi and for all the “valuable guidance” she received. We wonder if it would help her in the upcoming Assembly elections in Maharashtra.

Tejasvi Surya, BJP MP from Bengaluru South, was deeply “hurt” after seeing temples being destroyed in Hampi. He said such destruction happened five centuries ago by Bahamani Sultans. We just hope this doesn’t snowball into another temple dispute.

With inputs from Revathi Krishnan

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