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Ramdev’s ‘shudh’ Hindi greeting, Swapan Dasgupta diagnosis of BJP’s Delhi loss, Congress woes

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

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New Delhi: The elections are over, AAP has won but Twitter is still interested in the results and its political fallout.

BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya is still unable to digest AAP’s victory, perhaps because he still finds the ‘grapes sour’.

Actor Ranvir Shorey, who has been very impressed by the BJP in recent months, is suddenly singing a different tune about the Delhi results

Yoga guru and founder of Patanjali, Baba Ramdev is all praise for AAP’s hard earned victory—that is if you can understand his ‘shudh’ Hindi.

Rajya Sabha BJP MP Swapan Dasgupta diagnoses BJP’s weaknesses in the Delhi polls and prescribes three restorative moves.

What ails Congress is clear from the official Congress handle: instead of introspection, it wants to share the love…

Luckily, a few Congress leaders are willing to speak out: Here’s former Congress Mumbai chief Milind Deora and Delhi Mahila Congress President Sharmishta Mukherjee.


Meanwhile, former AAP member and political commentator Ashutosh is most amused…

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, all set to welcome US President Donald Trump, sends out a statesmanlike tweet about the two countries.

And President Trump responds in kind…

Lastly, PDP leader and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti has a few questions for the delegation of European diplomats on a visit to J&K.

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