Quiz question: Who scored the most runs for India in the first innings of the ongoing England test? Petrol, says the Congress's social media boss.
"Ravindra Jadeja at 86 was India's second highest scorer. The highest remains petrol at 87," Divya Spandana wrote in a tweet this morning.
Soaring fuel prices were met today with a nationwide protest -- a Bharat Bandh. It was the Congress's idea.
Schools were shut in Odisha, metro services were briefly hit in Mumbai, and in Patna, Loktantrik Janata Dal workers carried a motorbike on their shoulders in protest.
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In New Delhi, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said "the time to change the government will come soon".
On Twitter, #BharatBandh and #MehangiPadiModiSarkar leaped to the top of the trends list. And there was a bit of comic relief on offer for social media users who're feeling the pinch due to skyrocketing fuel costs.
Take a look at this before-after graphic, featuring Bollywood actor Aamir Khan.
And Congressman Salman Soz couldn't hide his admiration for the artist who came up with this.
Jaiveer Shergill, a Supreme Court lawyer and a Congress panelist, shared this Maruti-inspired meme. The right half reads: "What to do? The petrol isn't getting exhausted."
It's pretty easy to figure out what's on the left.
The Modi government, meanwhile, blames international factors for the rise in fuel prices.