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Rahul Gandhi thanks his 10 million Twitter followers

Rahul Gandhi thanks his 10 million Twitter followers, Amassing many twitter followers has become an essential part of leadership in the recent past.

Amassing many twitter followers has become an essential part of leadership in the recent past. World presidents and leaders have had to be audited for the number of followers they have on their twitter accounts, and some criticized for any mishappenings regarding their followings. No wonder the news making headlines these days touch directly on the twitter accounts of world-famous leaders and presidents.

Rahul Gandhi thanks his 10 million Twitter followers

One such man is Rahul Gandhi, who has stepped down as the congress president, according to the New Delhi news on July 10th. He has taken on the huge milestone with pride, and he considers it a great achievement worthy of a big celebration. He decided that he would celebrate the achievement in Amethi, with his congress supporters, where he intends to meet with them in person.

Rahul Gandhi joined the twitter platform in the year 2015 and has since grown gradually to garner the much following as of this year. Today, he commands a whole ten million-plus crowd of fervent followers, who he thanks greatly for bringing him thus far in both his twitter and his political history. When you try to compare the numbers, you will realize that Narendra Modi, the prime minister, joined twitter in the year 2009 in January, and today he has approximately forty-eight and a half million Twitter followers! Comparatively, Rahul Gandhi is doing positively well if all his followers are organic. If this would go on for another five or so years, it is speculated that the number of his followers would double or even triple if all factors remained constant.

Later on, in the coming few weeks, Rahul Gandhi is expected to visit the headquarters of the district, in Gauriganj, where he is supposed to address some of the congress party workers in the Nirmala Institute of Women’s Education in an intense indoor meeting.

Rahul Gandhi stepped down from the political race after he lost the poll by fifty-five thousand votes to his competitor, Smriti Irani, the leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJB). After conceding defeat, he is expected to give his concession speech as well as highlight the reasons he thought might have led to his loss in the election.  

Manoj Tiwari demands NRC in Delhi; to meet Amit Shah

The chief leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJB), Manoj Tiwari, approximated an extremely high number of illegal immigrants within the national capital city. According to the news on the 31st of August, 2019, the chief leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJB) has demanded to be accorded the official National Registry of Citizens for Delhi. The NRC is aimed at trying to identify and flush out the presumably ever-rising number of illegal immigrants. Still o the same issue, Manoj Tiwari is expected to meet up with Amit Shah, the Home Minister, to have some light shed on the issue. The National Register of Citizens provides for the list of the people who are supposed to be in a given city at a given time, legally. According to political analysts, Manoj Tiwari might have begun the push to see the National Register of Citizens after Assam announced the final NRC list on Saturday. We are no sure as to whether the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJB) leader feels that the list is not comprehensive, but we are sure that he is claiming that the number of illegal immigrants has risen to fifteen lakh currently, within Delhi.

According to trustworthy sources of the party, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJB)’s chief, Manoj Tiwari is going to meet up with Shah by the end of the week to have a further discussion on the illegal immigrants’ issue. But according to him, he prefers that they be forcefully removed and deported back to their countries, and he intends to push for Shah to demand the same, as heard from sources within the party. It seems to us that Manoj Tiwari is not about to let this issue die off, because earlier this year in May, he was heard pushing for the same agenda tirelessly. 

Assam woman commits suicide ahead of NRC list

In the heart of Sonitpur District, is a small village called Asam. This is the latest village to take the news of the official NRC list with the seriousness it deserves. For fear of not being included in the list, the villagers can do anything, as gathered from onlookers and witnesses. A woman committed suicide by jumping to death into a well in the back of her yard, for fear of her name not being on the list of the official NRC report.

According to the villagers, if your name was not included in the list, you would be at risk of being sent to detention camps awaiting your deportation back to your country. Seeing that most of the numerous reasons for immigrating illegally into a country are extremely hard to bear, some people would rather die than go back, according to a small report by the villagers of Asam.

However, the police superintendent of the district of Sonitpur, Mr. Kumar Sanjit, has dismissed the claim news, saying that earlier reports indicated that the woman was mentally ill, and that was the reason as to why she committed suicide. As much as she claimed that she had tension for fear of being left out of the NRC list, all of her family members were listed, according to the superintendent of police in the region.

According to the officially released National Register of Citizens on the morning of Saturday, up to nineteen million, six thousand, six hundred and fifty-seven people are living in the county’s capital illegally, leaving the official count of Indian citizens at three billion, eleven million, and twenty-one thousand and four.

The public is appealing to the government to offer an extended timeline for the count, citing instances where the NRC list might have been compiled in haste in a bid to beat the deadline. To avoid cases where wrong info is submitted and innocent people affected, this might just be a great solution.

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