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Pawars’ pow-wow, Sanjay Jha’s Kabir couplet, Raut’s history lesson & what did Amazon say?

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

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New Delhi: Four weeks on, and after Saturday’s  ‘coup de Pawar’, nobody, least of all the politicians, knows what’s happening or will happen in Maharashtra. That hasn’t stopped them from flooding Twitter with predictions, prognosis, wit and wisdom. Take a look:

NCP’s Nawab Malik chooses his words wisely. But who cares about vikas, Malik sahib?

Shiv Sena’s Priyanka Chaturvedi uses irony to make a number of telling points on what Shiv Sena has and the BJP doesn’t.

Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha uses this Kabir couplet to will the Congress, NCP, Shiv Sena across the victory line.

Photo caption anyone? How about, ‘We are family’?

Is Ajit Pawar in NCP? Is NCP with BJP? Or is it with Shiv Sena and Congress? And where is Sharad Pawar? Figure it out if you can…

Even PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti has an opinion on the Maharashtra drama!

Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan offers traffic rules for government formation.

With so much confusion and double speak in Maharashtra, Amazon may be forgiven this (now deleted) automatic response on delayed deliveries. Not everything is about your service, Amazon bot!

At least the Maharashtra crisis has taught Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut a history lesson!

If ‘one two ka four’ and ‘four two ka one’ was a real life event…

Hold on Mrs. Fadnavis, the jury is still out on this one!

Never on a Sunday, said senior counsel Mukul Rohtagi. Fine, replied Congress’ Saral Patel, but then what about Saturdays?

SFI National President V.P. Sanu provides a Trivago guide to political parties’  accommodation choices during the #MaharashtraCrisis.

Congress’s Salman Nizami paints a very glum picture of Kashmir with his poetry. The Chinars are also crying, sir.

Is the US Embassy in Nepal suggesting something here?! Can someone please explain?

With inputs from Kairvy Grewal 

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