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New Delhi: Twitter continued to outrage over the killing of a pregnant elephant in Kerala. While Rahul Gandhi, who is an MP from Kerala, gave it a miss, his cousin and BJP leader Varun Gandhi is very vocal about it.

Rahul Gandhi shares a poetic message on World Environment Day with a photograph of elephants but says nothing about the killing of the elephant.

In contrast, BJP leader Varun Gandhi waxes philosophicak about the right to life, but not only for humans.

 

And Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Prakash Javadekar doesn’t know his geography of Kerala very well…

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