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Modi seeks name for book corner, Priyanka Gandhi on ‘cool’ reporters & guess who walked out on Trump

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

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The accident in which the Unnao rape victim was seriously injured has deeply disturbed Twitter users. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called it a pre-planned conspiracy. Careful Mr Kejriwal, say no more or you may face another defamation case.

Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha was also outraged at the accident and said if India “does not rise….there is nothing left”.

Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi went further: She urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah to ensure justice was done.

Former Karnataka Chief Minister and Congress leader Siddaramaiah (not so) humbly congratulated Yediyurappa on becoming the new CM. However, there is a twist in the tail of his congratulatory tweet—read on.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked audiences to help him think of a name for a new reading section on his NaMo app. How about, ‘Yes, Prime Minister’?

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is impressed by the Dalit farmer-reporters of Telangana who just happen to be women in their 50s. The rest of the media must be envious.

Union Minister Giriraj Singh claimed that some Kashmiri leaders were stopping the state from becoming a second Switzerland. We wonder whether the Swiss will be flattered by this comparison.

Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha leader Derek O’Brien continued to express his concern over the lack of scrutiny of bills being passed in Parliament. He had hard-hitting statistics and an infographic to prove his point.

Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy, for one, doesn’t like US President Donald Trump’s `go back’ tweets . So look at what he’s done….

And Congress MP Manish Tewari movingly described his last conversation with the Congress leader Jaipal Reddy who died on Sunday.

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