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

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New Delhi:  Congress leader Jairam Ramesh uses today’s Business Standard scoop on a worrying fall in consumer spending to  mock ‘#ModiHaitoMumkinHai’.

Rahul Gandhi has a bad smell under his nose…

Atif Rasheed, BJP, ought to win the award for the best tweet on the scolding Rahul Gandhi received from the Supreme Court for his Rafale remarks.

Meenakshi Lekhi, BJP spokesperson, combines rhyme with reason on why Rahul Gandhi can’t understand even the simplest things.

BJP leader and former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis offers Maharashtra Governor flowers – wonder what he wants in return?

Amit Malviya, BJP, draws up a listicle of Rafale rogues.

Who won the debate? BJP’s Baijayant Jay Panda and Congress’ Shashi Tharoor debate the point.

ABP News anchor Rubika Liyaquat calls out Rahul Gandhi’s tweet on Rafale. Then deletes it…

Here’s a screenshot!

Read BJP MP Manoj Tiwari’s scathing attack on Delhi’s chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

BJP’s serial PIL litigant Ashwini Upadhyay is mad, so mad, he wants ‘Narco Polygraph Brain Mapping’ to become a law. Read on to find out why…


Lawyer Prashant Bhushan’s report card on outgoing Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi’s term lacks graciousness, wouldn’t you say?

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  1. Modi abuse rajiv gandhi on election campaign, who had sacrifice his life. But no case is filed against pm modi, only laws violation are for opposition.

  2. The Rafale deal has many suspicious aspects and it is clear the Supreme Court was deliberately misled earlier. But now, the Supreme Court is misleading the nation with this ambiguous ruling. There should be a parliamentary inquiry. Not one by the caged parrot, CBI. The petitioners are learned men and seeking political gain. The Modi government is hiding behind the court and diverting attention towards Rahul Gandhi instead of addressing substantial charges related to the Rafale contract. It is an ominous warning to the nation, going by the Ayodha judgement and now Rafale, all is not well.

    • When the judgement goes against what you think is correct then blame the SC. You are ideal candidate congress and its cronies are looking out for.

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