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Mayawati, Yechury, Sadhguru salute May Day, Dilip Kumar on `loving’ Rishi Kapoor

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

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New Delhi: On the occasion of May Day, leaders across the spectrum took to Twitter demanding worker rights.

Since 1 May is International Labour Day, Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati is concerned by the additional suffering of the working class brought upon by the pandemic.

CPI (M) leader Sitaram Yechury gives a true red comrade’s clarion call to protect worker’s rights.

Spiritual guru Jaggi Vasudev a.k.a Sadhguru urges people to extend a helping hand.

Congress leader Jairam Ramesh is aghast at BJP pursuing plans to reshape Delhi’s Central Vista into ‘Modi Mahal’, while the country struggles through the current crisis.

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut is grateful to the central government on Maharashtra Day.

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Rajya Sabha MP Dinesh Trivedi says `I-told-you-so’.

Congress media panelist Shama Mohamed has BJP and terrorists on her mind.

Comedian and actor Vir Das takes Infosys founder Narayan Murthy at his word for suggesting everyone work 60 hours a week.

Film critic Anupama Chopra is sentimental after reading Irrfan Khan’s family statement..

Actor Dilip Kumar remembers Rishi Kapoor

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With inputs from Yimkumla Longkumer

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