In an exclusive interview with Narendra Modi, Times Now editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami looked like a changed man. The trademark high pitched voice, the 'nation-wants-to-know' screams were missing but this subdued stance of the the angry young man has got tongues wagging on Twitter.
Narendra Modi. Pic/PTI
Twitter was abuzz with hashtags trending on Twitter. While some sarcastically appreciated the soft tone of the editor, others were annoyed with the questions that were asked giving rise to the hashtag #QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk.
The responses ranged from taking jibes at Arnab to Modi's foreign trips to 'controversies' the BJP government has been embroiled with. Check out!
Why are you always on holiday abroad? Are you the Minister of External Affairs or the PM? #QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk— lindsay pereira (@lindsaypereira) June 28, 2016
Do you regret introducing hate, anger and vitriol into political discourse just so your party could divide and rule?#QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk— lindsay pereira (@lindsaypereira) June 28, 2016
What happened to the promise of 15 Lakh in each citizens accounts that you made during elections? #QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk— Sameer Khan (@SamKhan999) June 28, 2016
What is Jashodaben's passport status? #QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk— AV (@ThPrayingMantis) June 27, 2016
Some jibes were aimed at Arnab Goswami.
Arnab is like tht brat who spits on pple out of school bus window— Ritzz (@ritikajain01) June 28, 2016
Until 1day he finds a bully nastier than himself#QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk
#QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk are the same questions that were not part of Arnab syllabus.ðÂÂÂÂÂÂ— Santosh Addagulla (@santoshspeed) June 27, 2016
#QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk The money u will be paying us after this interview, would be cheque or cash ?— âÂÂÂÂ B i t s y âÂÂÂÂ (@ItsyBitsySwagg) June 28, 2016
'The' question which the nation really wants to know.
Katappa ne bahubali ko kyu Mara? ðÂÂÂÂÂÂðÂÂÂÂÂÂ #QuestionsArnabDidNotAsk— à¤¶à¥ÂÂà¤¦à¥ÂÂà¤§ à¤¦à¤¾à¤°à¥ÂÂ (@NeatPeg) June 28, 2016