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Congress mouthpiece attempts to win Twitter poll by blocking people en masse

The Congress party has been trying hard to pin the Punjab National Bank fraud on the Modi government. Its sole evidence to paste this fraud on the government is a picture in which Nirav Modi posed with the Prime Minister along with many other businessmen at Davos. We had reported the complete details about the fraud earlier in the day.

The general secretary of CPIM, a close ally of Congress has been more direct in his insinuations regarding Nirav Modi’s escape.

Rahul Gandhi has managed to deploy his newfound sense of humour and wit into play in politicising the Nirav Modi fraud which has in fact originated under UPA tenure in 2011.

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National Herald runs polls about corruption and Nirav Modi’s escape

Meanwhile, the Congress mouthpiece is busy trying to gauge the public opinion regarding the fraud and so called corruption under Modi government. Unfortunately, it seems to be getting an unfavourable response on both its polls.

Since they are unable to get a favourable response on their polls the staff of National Herald are now blocking Twitter users who they feel are ‘influencing’ the polls adversely.

 

It appears as thought the mouthpiece of the Congress party is muzzling the democratic voice of people on Twitter by blocking those who speak against. Is this the ‘democratic legacy’ of the founder of National Herald?

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