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E M Abdul Rahiman 16h
Now blame ball moves from court to court. But the blame really goes to those who announced & pushed lakhs of initially to streets and lately to crowded vehicles. First Anniversary Shame.
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Geet V May 30
The Nero who abandoned millions of Indian workers with a with just 4 hours notice, no cash transfers, no food, no shelter, no transport for 2 months, must take all the credit for the 80 deaths on Shramik trains.
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Ashish Dua May 28
is between rock & hard place as has taken both Lives & Livelihoods. In we are touching highest fatality rate, 2nd highest growth in & are among top 4 in World's new cases. Time to question as . Now
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Shama Anjum INC🇮🇳 May 28
, Wat v r suppose to speak,v r suppose to speak fr poor Indians who r suffering day&night due to lack f food&shelter& , The worst hit r 👉Our Migrants 👉Our farmers 👉Dialy wage workers 👉Small businesses I would lik to ask r they nt indians?
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viswa 3h
Unplanned lockdown....A Total Failure. மோடி அரசின் தோல்வி
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Shah Azam May 30
Never do the same mistake. Lifting up lockdown is easy, its aftermath will be disaster. With the spikes in Corona cases and Government giving relaxations, it is pure tragic. Beware.
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Geet V May 29
Minion pays tribute to the corrupt leadership who toppled the MP Govt and waited for weeks to install him as CM, before announcing national with just 4 hrs notice for the rest of Indians.
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Dr. Manish Vadera May 30
Replying to @JaiveerShergill
The converted in a Chakravyuh & Modi ji is clueless what to do?
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Kirti Deolekar May 27
This is just one of a million cases for which our PM and his NDA Govt should be held responsible. Imagine Dr. Manmohan Singh & his UPA Govt at the helm of affairs today. The picture would be totally different ; economically, socially, morally.
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Sagarika Ghose May 25
What a sorrowful sight. Desperation for morsels of food in 21st century India, the poorest and weakest bearing the brunt of a remorselessly sudden lockdown.
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Earl May 29
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Lakshadweep Congress Volunteer LTCC May 27
Speak up❗ ✔For ! , ✔Be the voice for poor, the oppressed, MSMEs, in ! Be in Solidarity with Each & every one of us! Stronger together! Tomorrow 11AM - campaign, go live on social media Jai Hind!
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Shaista ⏳ ‏ 4h
He is thick. deaths, deaths of poorest of the poor don't even bother Modi. He is happy with his rich and corrupt Ambanis and Adanis. He won't resign unless forced to.
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K K May 29
Judiciary "wakes up" to quench the rising rebel! Like mechanism in pressure cooker to release pressure, the "release valve"! Indian bourgeois democracy is very cruel & very crook!
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Subhash Srivastava May 29
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Geet V May 27
Guess which "leader" firmly resolved to do nothing to tackle Covid19, until his PR events were done and MP state govt was successfully toppled? Who gave Indians just 4 hrs notice for ? Who abandoned the economy with stimulus of <1% of GDP?
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@kingslyj May 30
These idiots can't see the parallel between Chowkidar allowing food grains to rot in godowns and spending 20000 crore home + office renovation plan while millions are jobless and starving due his where restrictions are eased as the virus spreads faster.
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Akhil Varghese May 28
Why did we call ? We could have controlled COVID if govt had arranged transport facilities for stranded people before implementing lockdown. The chances for spreading is high now. Narendra Modi has miserably failed in handling this pandemic.
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Earl May 28
Of course I want more snacks, mum! I don’t keep you around for the stimulating conversation 😹😹
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Mohd Asif Hussain Sohail May 28
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