Ab­hi­jit Iyer Mi­tra tweets per­ils of hu­mour af­ter re­turn­ing from Jail

The Free Press Journal - - NATION -

NEW DELHI: Two days af­ter be­ing re­leased from a jail in Bhubaneswar, de­fence an­a­lyst Ab­hi­jit Iyer Mi­tra on Satur­day took a hu­mor­ous dig at the events of his re­cent past out­lin­ing that he now un­der­stands the value of his school teacher's words who had cau­tioned him about per­ils of his jokes. Reach­ing out to his over 20,000 fol­low­ers on mi­cro-blog­ging site Twit­ter, Mi­tra wrote: "In the 10th stan­dard, My English teacher, Mrs Prema Raghu­nath, who was very fond of me, told me "your jokes are more dan­ger­ous than your se­ri­ous com­ments". To­day I un­der­stand ex­actly what she meant .. fi­nally." His tweet gar­nered a large amount of re­ac­tion from his well­wish­ers, friends and fol­low­ers, who in gen­eral wel­comed him back and ap­pre­ci­ated his 'in­tact sense of hu­mour de­spite tough times'.

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