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Tejasvi’s anti-Muslim, anti-Hindu logic, Kejriwal’s secular bio & Yogi ‘the great’

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

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes to Twitter to sell his Citizenship (Amendment) Act with today’s trending #IndiaSupportsCAA hashtag.

Tejasvi Surya, the Bengaluru South MP, finds an unusual communal twist to the anti-CAA protests.

And here is Samajwadi Party’s Ali Khan Mahmudabad’s sharp retort.

BJP’s Amit Malviya finds evidence to support UP Police’s claims that the anti-CAA protests were pro-Pakistan.

Meanwhile, UP Police threatens miscreants who ‘vandalised’ its Wikipedia page with action.

Have the ongoing anti-Citizenship Act protests prompted Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to change his Twitter bio?

Arvind Kejriwal Twitter bio
Arvind Kejriwal Twitter bio

In election mode for the 2020 Delhi assembly polls early next year, Aam Aadmi Party pulls out its big guns to woo millennial voters – Bollywood memes.

Speaking of millennial behaviour, AAP seems to have mastered the art of a perfect ‘clapback’

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s office has a hashtag that makes great claims.

Film director Anubhav Sinha warns us against TV news debates’ fake drama.

And, author-TV personality Padma Lakshmi takes The New Yorker’s casual racism to task. See how…

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