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How Adarsh Liberal Journalists on Twitter covered Modi’s Europe visit

In another attempt to strengthen foreign diplomatic ties with various countries across the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on his Europe Tour, where he would meet various leaders, in France and Germany, over a span of four days. While Modi was discussing some serious issues like Defence deals and UN seat for India, Adarsh Liberal Journalists on Twitter were dissecting each and every move of Narendra Modi.

Although Modi signed 20 key agreements in France, Ace Detective & fashionista Rana Ayyub had made a startling discovery:

Pune Mirror took Ayyub’s word as gospel truth and even reported in their news piece that Narendra Modi was wearing a “flashy shawl” from Louis Vitton, “as per twitterati”. consulting Editor of Times of India Sagarika Ghose, picked up from where Ayyub left and preached some fashion sense to Modi:

This tweet was reminiscent of such past gems from Sagarika:

Shekhar Gupta even went to the extent of pointing out how he had dedicated a paragraph in old article, to Modi’s dressing sense. 

All the Adarsh Liberal promotion of Louis Vuitton seemed to have worked, when somebody asked their Twitter handle, where he could buy this product, only to be disappointed:

It’s a shame that Adarsh Liberal’s made a “mistake” in identifying the products of a high-end fashion brand, which they must be patronizing on a daily basis. As it was later pointed out, a similar looking shawl, sold by the very Indian “Vimal” brand, was available on Flipkart for Rs 930

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Up next: Editor of “The Telegraph” Sankarshan Thakur. Thakur, a commonly seen face on Arnab Goswami’s Newshour, showed that he had a keen eye for detail and made a very astute observation which was critical to Modi’s France visit.

Luckily MEA Syed Akbaruddin managed to provide the necessary pictorial evidence, or our investigative media would have scored another major scoop and exposed the lies flowing from Modi’s Ministries.

Next, Mihir Sharma, a journalist from Business Standard, raised another important doubt, questioning Modi’s attentiveness in a meeting:

Sharma, who by now must have been habituated to being run over by facts by ordinary twitter users,  was again shown his place by an official who was present at the same meeting:

Sharma then tried to use the standard escape available to Adarsh Liberals, when caught deep-throating their feet:

But it was too little too late as other Adarsh Liberals like Former Journalist with India Today, Pierre Fitter were suckered into a serious debate on what was a “joke”.

Although Mihir Sharma might have been joking, we sincerely urge Prime Minister Modi to release video evidence and detailed transcripts of this meeting. Until then we will put our tin-foil Pierre Fitter hat on and believe that this meeting never happened. 

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