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Unprecedented Modi victory triggers meltdown for controversial journalist Rana Ayyub

Rana also seemed evidently disgruntled with the Congress' failure to cash in on the issues purportedly tormenting the country.

Controversial journalist Rana Ayyub who is known for her unbridled hatred towards  Narendra Modi and Amit Shah couldn’t hide her frustration as the results suggest unprecedented victory to the saffron party. Rana took to Twitter to express her disappointment at the opposition’s abject surrender to the BJP.

Lamenting on Twitter, Rana posted a series of tweets questioning the Congress incompetence against the robust BJP election machinery. she bemoaned that nothing worked for Congress in this election campaign as their numbers remained close to the 2014 digits, reflecting utter decimation for the principal opposition party.

Rana also seemed evidently disgruntled with the Congress’ failure to cash in on the issues purportedly tormenting the country. Rana couldn’t fathom the fact that the BJP still managed to comfortably sail through the required numbers of seats to form a government despite the country being allegedly racked with a number of issues.

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Perhaps, the trigger for Rana’s meltdown must have been the prospect of Sadhvi Pragya becoming an MP. Rana levelled unsubstantiated allegations against Sadhvi Pragya who was wrongly accused of ‘Hindu terror’, concocted by Congress and incarcerated based on flimsy charges. Sadhvi Pragya who fought from the Bhopal constituency is currently leading on the seat.

Liberals like Rana Ayyub couldn’t bring themselves to the fact that in spite of their concerted attempts to build a case for the anti-Modi government, the population of the country has rejected their propaganda and once again elected Modi back to power.

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