As BJP sweeps Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, jokes trend on Twitter
GN Bureau | December 18, 2017
Going by the leads, the BJP is set to establish its stronghold in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. Confident of his party’s victory, prime minister Narendra Modi even flashed a victory sign while walking into the parliament today morning.
After a neck and neck contest in the early morning, BJP is set to win a fifth consecutive term in Gujarat. In Himachal Pradesh too, the party is set to form the government despite BJP’s chief ministerial candidate Prem Kumar Dhumal trailing in Sujanpur constituency.
The happiest one hour for Congress since 16th May 2014 was between 8.45 AM and 9.45 AM today ????#GujaratVerdict— Kiran Kumar S (@KiranKS) December 18, 2017
Meghnad Desai says let Rahul Gandhi have moral victory in every elections, Narendra Modi will continue to have political victory in every elections ????????????????????#GujaratVerdict #GujaratElection2017— Sandeep S Rao (@sndpmysuru) December 18, 2017
Congress claims that BJP won the elections because EVMs were hacked.— Razi (@Frstrated_Engnr) December 18, 2017
Reminds me of 2003 World Cup, when India lost to Australia and everyone was sayin' "Pointing Ki Bat Me Spring Tha" ????????#GujaratElection2017 #GujaratVerdict #ElectionResults
@AmitShah ji target for@BJPGujarat 150— Sunil Kapoor (@sunilkapoor8) December 18, 2017
28% GST on 150 =42
Gujjus delivered 108#GujaratVerdict #Explained @BJP4India @narendramodi_in @MlaVishwasNagar @ravibhadoria @ashokepandit @arunjaitley @iJohnyLever @mssirsa @PMOIndia @smritiirani
Himachal Pradesh is right now being treated like that daughter who is performing so well in academics, but is being ignored for a son who is just passing.!!!#GujaratVerdict— Yash Upadhyaya (@iYashUpadhyaya) December 18, 2017
Every day in the life of Congressis/Pidis...— Khooni (@KhooniBhai) December 18, 2017
2. Lose election of some state
3. Take the responsibility of loss
4. Hail Rahul Gandhi
6. Repeat..............#GujaratVerdict #ElectionResults #HimachalPradesh #HimachalResults #GujratResults
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