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Rahul thanks trolls, Akhilesh turns poet, Giriraj milks the media & Mevani feels the love

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

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Britain’s Minister of State for Universities and Science resigned after being torn between family loyalty and national interest. His name is Jo Johnson, and he is brother to Prime Minister Boris Johnson — or BoJo as he’s more fondly called.

BJP leader and RSS swayamsevak Tarun Vijay calls today a historic day when we may discover that Aryans belonged to India and did not invade it. Whatever.

What’s it suddenly with politicians and poesy? Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav is the latest one to try his hand at shayari after PM Narendra Modi gave Russia a $1 billion loan. Considering the current economic slowdown, guess what the shayari is about…

And while we do appreciate the poetry of AAP’s Amit Mishra, can someone please tell explain he’s talking about?

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has an acerbic take on #TeachersDay as he thanks all those who have taught him a lesson!

Guess who’s got that lovin’ feeling? Jignesh Mevani, MLA from Vadgam, remembers the Supreme Court judgment striking down Section 377. He’s gone all mushy about freedom to love…

Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi is at her unsympathetic best on drink-driving and paying for it.

Sushmita Dev, president of All India Mahila Congress, is looks at the the state of Indian economy and doesn’t find anything `good’ about it.

BJP MP Giriraj Singh is really milking his own schemes for cows. Here he posts a report about his idea to import semen from Brazil a few days ago.


Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav is on a rant and it isn’t pretty. Find out what has ruffled his feathers.

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