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Swamy’s ‘proof’ in Rajput case, flights of fancy on Rafale & Ram Madhav’s new Sputnik

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

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New Delhi: With the arrival of Rafale fighters from France and the new National Education Policy (NEP) being approved after years in limbo Wednesday, Twitter had a lot to talk about.

Upfront is PM Narendra Modi, who had this to say about the NEP.

Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav welcomes the move with a pinch of salt.

Journalist Mrinal Pande takes a dig at the language debate NEP has raked up. The policy proposes that primary school education should be conducted in regional languages till class 5.

Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad’s patriotism flies swifter than the Rafale aircraft.

And here’s the mandatory Nehru connection — this time by a Congress MP.

IPS officer Arun Bothra has a laugh at TV news channels coverage of Rafale.

Journalist Meghnad is equally funny about the excitement surrounding the fighter planes.

Comedian Atul Khatri predicts the way forward for the jets.

After Congress leader Saifuddin Soz accused the Jammu and Kashmir administration of lying to the Supreme Court that he was not under detention, his son Salman Soz came out in support of him.

Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra is angry at the BJP. Find out why.

BJP’s General Secretary Ram Madhav discovers Russia’s ‘New Sputnik’ moment.

BJP leader Subramanian Swamy joins the investigation into actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death with ‘real evidence’ and cryptic tweets.

Maybe this is Swamy’s true calling after all.

Billionaire Elon Musk clarifies a very important fact.

With inputs from Unnati Sharma

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