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Rahul ‘darshan’ by Gaurav Gogoi, Mahua Moitra takes on Amit Malviya & snake stories

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

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New Delhi: The Twitter dramatics never cease — today, the accounts of prominent people like billionaire Elon Musk, former US president Barack Obama, philanthropist Bill Gates among many others, were hacked to run a bitcoin scam.

Here’s what Twitter had to say for itself.

But not much has changed in the Indian political scene on the microblogging site.

Here’s a meta description of development succumbing to bureaucratic corruption, brought to us by former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha. Sinha referring to a bridge in Bihar that was constructed at a cost Rs 264 crore but collapsed after only 29 days of its launch.

Congress’ National spokesperson Abhishek Singhvi chimes in.

Meanwhile, TMC MP Mahua Moitra has a suggestion for BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya.

And former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah comments on the government’s double standards in the continued suspension of 4G services in the Valley.

Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera is his fiery self against the rightwing trolls.

Assam Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi praises Rahul Gandhi and the ‘opportunities’ one gets in the party—so did many other Congress wallahs. What’s going on?

Meanwhile, veteran Congress leader Kapil Sibal takes on rebel leader Sachin Pilot.

And if you thought the Rajasthan political drama could not get any worse, here is Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.

Trust BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra to make everything about Rahul Gandhi.

Is this a jibe or a compliment? We’ll leave it to Shashi Tharoor to decide.

‘Lost in translation’ gets a whole new meaning here.

After a Dalit couple was thrashed brutally by the police in Madhya Pradesh, Dr N.C. Asthana, a retired IPS officer, has some harsh word.

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With inputs from Taran Deol

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  1. Looks like your news fears about writing anything on congress, may be you are part of their team who looted country since 70 years. Funded by congress and communists.

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