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Rahul Gandhi’s `No’ to Yes Bank, it’s Paytm v/s PhonePe & maybe the govt needs some coffee

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

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New Delhi: Twitter found itself in a terrible mood after the RBI announced a moratorium on Yes Bank and this saw outraged responses from the government’s biggest critics as well as ordinary individuals.

Rahul Gandhi, Congress, was first in line to crack the ‘Yes Bank’ becomes ‘No bank’ joke.

Former finance minister and Congress leader P. Chidambram wants to know, who’s next?

To which BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya blames P Chidambaram for the failing economy and the bank crisis. So tu-tu main-main continues…

Politics aside, senior advocate Prashant Bhushan looked grim reality in the face—and it’s not a pretty sight.

Founder and CEO of Capitalmind Wealth, Deepak Shenoy wants the government to smell the coffee…and wake up.

Former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha, now a stern Modi critic, takes an ironic long view of the Yes Bank crisis.

Poet and writer Kedar Mishra asks a very sharp question of the Indian public.

Here’s some advice from a Yes Bank user but follow at your own risk.

This tweeter deserves a huge thank you for so perfectly encapsulating the journey of Yes Bank in a fun and simple way.

Is Paytm picking up a fight with PhonePe? May the customer win!

And, in these critical times, the ‘Original Don’, aka senior Bachchan discovers small pleasures in a spot of ‘twinning’

 

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