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Hey Tejashwi, there’s a Chowkidar on your boat

The Yadav brothers have been a source of unintended entertainment for various Twitter users by the posts they share on social media.

Rashtriya Janata Dal leader and former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav today took to Twitter to share a cartoon depicting election symbols of all alliance partners in one frame with a caption “सोचा है हमने और आगे जाएंगे, साथ मिलकर भाजपा हटाएंगे।” (We have thought we will go much ahead and together defeat the BJP.)

Cartoon posted by Tejashwi Yadav

The image shows election symbols of various alliance partners together. A boatsman is holding a lantern, which is the election symbol of RJD. On a table behind him, there’s a landline phone which is the election symbol of Hindustani Awam Morcha, a party floated by Jitan Ram Manjhi. Above the table is a ceiling fan which is the election symbol of Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP) and it is on a boat, which is the election symbol of Vikasshil Insan Party (VIP).

Helpful Twitter users tried to explain it to Yadav how the cartoon does not really make sense.

There’s a ceiling fan on a boat, which is not necessary because there will already be a natural breeze.

This user pointed out how the lantern and ceiling fan do not compliment each other. Lantern suggests that there is no electricity. In which case, there is no use of the ceiling fan. And if there is a functional ceiling fan, there is no real use of the lantern.

Another user pointed out how there is a landline phone without any wires.

And most amusing of them all is the fact that the boat seems to be steered by a person who is made to dress up in clothes which resemble a watchman’s uniform.

Recently, the Yadav brothers have taken to sharing cartoons and caricatures to make a point. While Tejashwi’s cartoon defies all logic, his brother Tej Pratap Yadav’s cartoons are equally strange.

Rabri Devi and Misa Bharti depicted in the image above have strange black moustache-like thing protruding from near their noses. In another such image he had shared earlier last month also had such bizarre elements.

While it appears that Rabri Devi is set on fire in the above image, one is not able to understand why is Lalu wearing an extra pair of glasses around his neck when he’s already wearing one.

There were also speculations on whether Lalu Yadav was wearing a Superman-esque underwear.

However, one tweet by a Twitter user summed up our collective feeling for the Yadav brothers.

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