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Sambit Patra’s ‘ice cream’ joke on Chidambaram, Mamata’s 90 books & Derek’s Parle-G crisis

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

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New Delhi: The BJP seems to be in a celebratory mood after former home minister P. Chidambaram was arrested Wednesday by the CBI in corruption cases related to INX Media scam.

Amit Malviya, BJP’s Information and Technology In-charge, tweeted a speech made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, earlier this year, saying something quite interesting. Read on.

BJP’s ‘TV star’ and national spokesperson Sambit Patra used actor Rishi Kapoor’s tweet on taxes to take a dig at Chidambaram. Such creativity, sir.

And, Tejasvi Surya, BJP MP from Bengaluru South, said something very true. Read below to find out what.

Congress leader Abhishek Singhvi, on the other hand, found something really “ridiculous” about the CBI’s handling of Chidambaram’s arrest and then expressed concern for Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray. What’s the link? Read on.

Global warming and economic slowdown? What’s the connection? See how Yogendra Yadav, National President of Swaraj India compared them.

Derek O’ Brien, Trinamool Congress MP, said something about Parle-G — and it’s not about the biscuit’s quality.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is determined to reveal her gentler side these days. Here is Ms. Banerjee,  the author of 90 books, no less. Any tips on how you achieved this feat while running a state ma’am?

Shiv Sena leader Priyanka Chaturvedi voiced her concern after a Dalit was subjected to humiliation even after death in Tamil Nadu.

And, Congress national spokesperson P.L. Punia tweeted about the massive Dalit protest in Delhi against the demolition of Sant Guru Ravidas Temple.

A big crisis was averted in Delhi, according to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, after Yamuna level receded. We can now heave a sigh of relief.

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  1. It is not the first time that the political parties are (mis)using the departments under their disposal & will not be the last time. But this is not the first time that law is being enforced on the high &mighty, remember Mrs.Gandhi arrested after Shah Committee’s indictment. Hail the rule of law whether it is CONG,BJP OR ANYONE ELSE.

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