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Yogendra Yadav’s ‘Assam tea’ cartoon and actor sees a ‘Nazi Germany model’ in India

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

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New Delhi: Almost a week after the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Act was passed by the Narendra Modi government, the new law continues to trend on Twitter, with protests being reported from all corners of the country.

In a thread of tweets by BJP’s official handle, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a word of advice for his “young friends”, the students of colleges and universities protesting across India — that they should protest “democratically”.

Swaraj India president Yogendra Yadav has an ‘Assam tea’ cartoon for Modi.

Did actor Huma Qureshi just compare the Indian government to Nazi rulers?

Former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan has some serious words for trolls.

AIMIM’s Asaduddin Owaisi launches a direct attack on the Babri masjid play in Karnataka.

The climax of a Sudhir Mishra movie and the current happenings are the same!

https://twitter.com/IAmSudhirMishra/status/1206474794473967617?s=20

BJP’s Amit Malviya calls the two women of Jamia ‘indoctrinated Islamists’. You just took it too far, Mr. Malviya.

BJP Mahila Morcha’s Priti Gandhi is trying to garner hatred against universities now…

Donald Trump is in his own world, like always!

(With inputs from Fiza Jha)

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