Congress MP Shashi Tharoor | File photo | ANI
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor | File photo | ANI
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New Delhi: From reactions by politicians to the government’s coronavirus relief package to Mumbai Police welcoming back one of their own and Bollywood actor Nimrat Kaur remembering someone very special — here’s Twitter today.

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor shares a heartwarming photograph of  his mother and him practicing self-reliance with a sly dig or two.

His colleague, Congress national spokesperson Sanjay Jha, has a good pun on the Rs 20-lakh crore package.

Congress’ Srivatsa is also unimpressed by Modi’s new fiscal stimulus package. What’s his grouse?

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However, Indian industrialist Gautam Adani is optimistic about Covid-19 economic relief package.

Businessman Vijay Mallya congratulates the government on the new fiscal package, but wonders about a “small contributor” like himself.

Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Congress General Secretary, pleads with Uttar Pradesh’s Chief Minister Yogi Aditynath…

BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra is outraged by a rather provocative tweet from the Chhattisgarh Congress’ official Twitter handle.

Former JD(U) leader and election strategist Prashant Kishor attacks the Modi government on its handling of the coronavirus crisis.

Actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha has some advice for PM Modi.

And Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh welcomes back one of his warriors who has successfully recovered from Covid-19.

Meanwhile, Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan changes his profile photo to Mumbai Police.

Bollywood actor Nimrat Kaur remembers late actor Irrfan Khan with whom she acted in the 2013 movie Lunchbox.


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