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Kejriwal slams Pakistan’s Fawad Chaudhry, Kamra stalks Arnab & ‘face’ of anti-CAA protests

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

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New Delhi: Friday afternoon saw some Twitter firing from across the border with Pakistan’s Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhry’s appeal to defeat Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s BJP in the Delhi assembly polls.

 

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was not amused and gave a patriotic reply.

BJP’s spokesperson Sambit Patra took umbrage on behalf of the Prime Minister.

Union Minister Giriraj Singh saw it as an opportunity to attack Kejriwal.

Meanwhile, Karnataka Congress is not buying the Modi government’s Economic Survey 2019-20 report released Friday, which projects economic growth at 6 to 6.5 per cent in the next fiscal year.

Republic TV is still in the news but not only because of comedian Kunal Kamra: this time many people called out the channel for its misleading report on the Jamia firing Thursday as its reporter ‘fiercely’ kept calling the gunman “the face of anti-CAA protests”. It took the channel more than eight hours to issue a clarification on its mistake.

India Today’s Rajdeep Sardesai was so appalled by Republic’s coverage, he demanded a 6 months ban on the news channel.

Meanwhile, comedian Kunal Kamra is still stalking Republic’s Arnab Goswami, now on his phone. Give it a break, Kunal…

Some people such as filmmakers Ashoke Pandit and Vivek Agnihotri found something funny about the Jamia shooting.

 

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