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Piyush Goyal’s ‘cool’ advice, Yogendra Yadav’s wordplay & Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘honesty’

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

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New Delhi: Just who is handling Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal’s Twitter account?

Here’s the wordplay of the day!

Congress leader P. Chidambaram has some serious words for Pondicherry University after they allegedly refused to allow a student to participate in the convocation ceremony.

JD(U)’s Prashant Kishor has some serious expectations from Rahul Gandhi.

Is the founder of fact-checking website Alt News, Pratik Sinha, calling PM Modi a Nazi here?

Actor Raveena Tandon hits out at the protesters agitating against the recent citizenship law with a cartoon, which has a few typos.

Actor Swara Bhasker can’t seem to catch a break from politicians and their statements…

A while back, Prime Minister Modi had echoed a similar thought. That didn’t turn out too well for him, Mr. Kejriwal.

BJP Karnataka really doesn’t take it light with the sarcasm…

Is this the best BJP leader Shivraj Singh Chouhan could come up with?

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Yes agreed, but let the police and the violent protesters treated equally. The policemen who destroyed bikes, private houses and properties, smash glasses of mosques and cctvs must also be brought to book and let them all pay the fine

  2. UNLESS GOVERNMENT RESORT TO STRICTLY IMPOSING PENALTIES OF RECOVERY OF COST OF PUBLIC PROPERTIES BY ARRESTING CULPRITS OF LOOTS AND ARSON, NOTHING WILL STOP THIS TERRORISING ACTIVITIES TARGETED AT GENERAL PUBLIC. UNFORTUNATELY DUE TO HIGH LEVELS OF CORRUPTION IN LAW ORDER ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES, CULPRITS ARE ESCAPING PENALTIES & PUNISHMENT.

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