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TMC’s Mimi cries`fake’, Yechury cries foul and Kejriwal turns a new leaf

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

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New Delhi: The Gandhi siblings are all over Twitter these days. And they are saddened: Priyanka by the plight of impoverished sugarcane farmers, Rahul by the death of 11 students in Jammu and Kashmir.

In translation: The BJP government, which repeatedly the promised of payment of sugarcane farmers in the election, turned their head off them after the elections. Someone has to marry a daughter, someone has to plant the next crop, but the money is stuck and the farmer is stumbling over the rates. Is the government concerned about farmers?

In translation: I am hurt to hear the news of the death of 11 students, including nine girls in a painful accident in Jammu and Kashmir. My deep condolences to the families of children killed in this accident and wish the injured a healthy recovery.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was “very pleased” after meeting the Indian community in Kobe, Japan. Find out why.

A few days after PM Modi accused the Congress of not giving enough credit to P.V. Narasimha Rao in his Lok Sabha speech, Congress general secretary and social media head Chitra Sarwara fondly remembered the former PM on his birth anniversary. Seems, the PM touched a raw nerve here.

There’s another birth anniversary today: Congress MP Shashi Tharoor remembered his late wife Sunanda Pushkar.

Trust the BJP Karnataka handle to come up with witty comments. When Congress accused PM Modi of still being in campaign mode and refusing to begin governing after his Parliament speeches, BJP Karnataka tartly advised the INC to focus on its own affairs.

After a journalist tweeted that TMC MPs Nusrat Jahan and Mimi Chakraborty had registered a complaint against “cameramen” to the Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla, Chakraborty immediately refuted the charge.

CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury retweeted US President Donald Trump’s ‘tariff’ tirade and expressed his pain — as an Indian of course. Well, he’s wearing his nationalism on his sleeve.

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal is attempting to mend fences, it seems. He met Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to talk about Centre-State cooperation. Turning a new leaf, sir, months before the Delhi elections?

For someone who was so vocal just weeks ago, Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani is unusually quiet nowadays. Her timeline is full of retweets of the PM’s tweets or random articles. Her most recent retweet is about Alzheimers. Wonder why.

Smriti Irani twitter

US Senator Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez launched a fresh salvo on President Donald Trump prior to a Congress vote on a border funding bill. Mr. Trump may have finally met his match in Cortez.

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