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Nitish thanks Rahul as Prashant Kishor calls out his ‘bad’ & Trump’s ‘Capital’ punishment

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

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New Delhi: The Delhi riots, and the pro and anti-CAA brigade have kept Twitter abuzz with noise.

Here’s Congress leader P. Chidambaram using step-by-step logic to question the intent of the Citizenship Amendment Aact.

BJP Karnataka finds loopholes in Chidambaram’s logic and calls him ‘outright liar’.

It seems the BJP’s hunt to pin the blame of the Delhi riots on someone has ended. BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya points a finger at activist Umar Khalid for a speech apparently delivered on 17 February. Many in the BJP also tweeted the allegation.

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor provides video proof of the fact that Rahul Gandhi is back in Delhi.

Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra posts pictures of her party’s protest against the BJP government’s ‘lack of action’ to prevent the Delhi riots. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil?

Meanwhile, NCP chief Sharad Pawar demands Prime Minister Narendra Modi do his job.

Comedian and actor Vir Das takes on the Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP government with the help of the broom—the party’s symbol.

When it comes to sedition or cyber crime charges, journalist and writer Rana Ayyub’s got some thick skin.

Democrat Pete Buttigieg dropped out from the presidential nominees race but not before declaring that the future is anti-Trump.

And US President Donald Trump takes to CAPITAL punishment in a swipe at Buttigieg.

Back home, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar thanked a resurfaced Rahul Gandhi, Congress, for his birthday greetings.

…but political strategist Prashant Kishor, former JDU vice president, didn’t let the celebrations get in the way of ticking him off.

On the weekend, Chinese envoy Sun Weidong lauded Aamir Khan for his message on China and the coronavirus outbreak. Odd, that he hasn’t commented on tragedies closer home.


Also read: JD(U) & BJP need each other in Bihar election. So who gains from Nitish Kumar’s NRC move?


 

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