Congress leader Shashi Tharoor is surely a man with lot of wits. When politicians voices their disagreement through arguments and debates, Tharoor often finds some hilarious way to discover it. The Congress MP has given us ample moments to look for words in the dictionary recently, coming up with terms like ‘snollygoster‘ and ‘webaqoof’. This time, Tharoor shared his take on Aadhaar with a little spice of humour.
Shashi Tharoor tweeted, “Brilliance from WhatsApp: James Bond applied for a Death Certificate in India… they told him to “Die an Aadhaar Day…!!”
Brilliance from WhatsApp: James Bond applied for a Death Certificate in India… they told him to “Die an Aadhaar Day…!!”
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) August 8, 2017
After Tharoor came up with the tweet, here’s how twitter reacted to it:
Hahaha Jali pe Namak
— ⓕⓐⓚⓔ ⓤⓢⓔⓡ (@c_o_n_q_u_e_r) August 8, 2017
Wish Sunanda Pushkar Could’ve Said The Same And Survived That Night To Expose The Hypocrites. https://t.co/ylo1mdOZnJ
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadejaaaa) August 8, 2017
Sir your party has Rahul Gandhi and still you rely on whatsapp for jokes!!
— InGenious (@Bees_Kut) August 8, 2017
Gosh the whole Congress Battalion is trying to rescue Sonia Gandhi from Rajya Sabha mess and you are tweeting silly jokes in the Twitter!!
— Ajith #WakeUpHindu (@ajithherenje) August 8, 2017
खाओ सुनंदा पुष्कर की कसम की ये तुम्हे वाट्स एप पे राहुल बाबा से मिला है ।। 😂😂
— हवेली पे काम चल रहाH (@saitanBacha) August 8, 2017
To note, the Home Ministry on August 4 made it mandatory to quote one’s Aadhaar number for registration of death starting from October 1. Which means an applicant applying for death certificate is required to provide Aadhaar number of the deceased and other details as sought in the application for death certificate for the purpose of establishing the identity of the deceased.
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