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Mommy media and nanny ecosystem try to mediate between warring children, AAP and Congress

The final verdict seems to be simple. If BJP returns to power, the nanny ecosystem, or at least a part of it, is ready to blame Congress. Not Rahul Gandhi because the Prince must be protected, of course.

The Aam Admi Party and Congress love-hate relationship have been making headlines recently. After a long spell of planted stories and misplaced comments about the alliance between the two parties for Lok Sabha election in Delhi either being finalised or cancelled, recently, Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal, the two soul-brothers when it comes to drama, took to Twitter to pass on love letters to each other.

While Rahul Gandhi said that he was willing to let AAP contest on 4 out of 7 seats, Rahul alleged that it was Kejriwal who was doing a ‘u-turn’, however, Congress’ doors were still open. To that, Arvind Kejriwal said that AAP was doing no U-turn and that Congress was actually helping BJP by not finalising an alliance.

After this elaborate drama, the Lutyens’ media went into a tizzy. The concern that BJP might benefit from the fight between the two children concerned mommy media to a large extent. The entire nanny ecosystem jumped in to try and pacify the situation between the two warring children.

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An exasperated Nikhil Waghle commented, quote tweeting Sanjay Kumar of CSDS, that by not allying with AAP, Congress is trying to help BJP win Delhi.

Nikhil then got into a war of words with a Congress office-bearer. While the Congress office-bearer defended Congress, ‘neutral’ journalist Waghle defended AAP and blamed Congress.

‘Neutral’ journalist Saba Naqvi too took Twitter to give some sound advice to the children, who were airing their dirty laundry in public.

Naqvi tweeted that Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal should sit across the table, shake hands and announce an alliance. She said, “the people of Delhi deserve their best behaviour”.

Ashutosh, who went from being a journalist to an AAP politician to again a journalist recently, took to Twitter to play nanny too. He tweeted to Kejriwal saying that if they want to defeat Modi and Shah, an alliance is imperative.

Neutral and secular commentator Tufail Ahmed too advised the two children, Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal to bury the hatchel. He advised Kejriwal to not be greedy and concede to Rahul Gandhi’s reasonable offer instead of benefiting BJP.

Finally, while several other “neutral” commentators and journalists tried to play mommy to the children, Nikhil Waghle pronounced the final verdict.

The final verdict seems to be simple. If BJP returns to power, the nanny ecosystem, or at least a part of it, is ready to blame Congress. Not Rahul Gandhi because the Prince must be protected, of course.

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