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‘Rockstar’ PM for Gambhir but not a ‘star’ for Anand Sharma & Robert Vadra’s ‘good diet’

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

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New Delhi: Howdy, Modi! was the Twitter topic of Monday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Houston appearance being the focus of attention. Here’s a look at some of them.

After reading filmmaker Shekhar Kapur’s tweets on ‘rockstar’ Modi at Houston, maybe he ought to be directing the film on the PM instead of Sanjay Leela Bhansali.

 

Here is another ‘rocking’ Modi fan — BJP MP Gautam Gambhir.

 

Pakistan military’s spokesperson Asif Gafoor was up to mischief, again, with a tweet of the NRG stadium that implied ‘houseful’ for the event was untrue. He later deleted the tweet. Hmmm.

 

Raveesh Kumar, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson, is awed by the “Texas-sized” crowd — whatever a Texas-sized crowd is.

 

And here is actress Mia Farrow’s devastating reply.

 

Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga, BJP Delhi spokesperson, waxed prescient: for the first time an Indian PM has inaugurated a US election campaign, he said. But Congress’ Anand Sharma reminded PM Modi of his job description.

Academician Ashok Swain saw irony in US President Donald Trump’s remarks that he would secure America’s borders from illegal immigrants. Guess, which country the largest number of illegal immigrants belong to?

 

While the BJP is determined to blame Jawaharlal Nehru for everything wrong in this country, the Congress is not taking it lying down — here’s party spokesperson Sanjay Jha’s and former AICC secretary Shashi Kant Sharma’s ‘Howdy’ twist to the story.

 

Moving on to other news of the day. Former finance minister P. Chidambram may be in jail, but his proxy Twitter account is not holding back from offering sharp critique on the country’s state of affairs.

 

Congress’ Sushmita Dev was visibly disappointed with The Sunday Standard on Daughters Day, have a look at why.

 

PM Modi is not the only one who is ‘rocking’. Take a look at Robert Vadra, husband of Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi, in these photographs.

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