Such an exciting week it has been, with few political upheavals and change, it makes one want to grab a remote and pause it for a bit — make that a longish bit. All those who went for the shaadi of the year, how much did they spend on their apparel, gifts? As I was told, it’s all about money, honey.
And how the two strongmen of our country want to make us believe it’s all coincidental. First, they want to grab control over our central coffers, methinks they had an inkling of what fate held in reserve for them and Urjit Patel suddenly bid farewell to the RBI. What Patel rap he was to give this government in Parliament, the opposition is still wondering.
Immediately, all his master’s voices began flashing the lower court magistrate’s order in England. And Arthur Road jail was being shown as if that very night Vijay Mallya would be getting a red carpet welcome. Such rotten carrots they dangle in front of our gullible public, I tell you.
Such low political discourse, calling women names, can’t blame snoots who think chaiwalas don’t deserve to become heads. That ‘vidhwa’ sealed the fate of the party. Poor motherji of you-know-who, is used like a commodity as and when he feels. So much for not having a family.
But such great timing, universe conspired it seems! A party being blamed for all ills in the country suddenly bounces back, taking on the ruling party and strongmen. There are such creative minds in our country, at the ready, with prompt memes and videos, which would make us top the happiness index. Haven’t laughed like this in years on the road, recalling these, god, mother swear.
Nehruji must be sipping chai in his grave for the small time, please break. The 2019 elections are there for him to be on the edge, waiting to take some more punches. Speaking of punches, these citizens of Mumbai need a few pinchpoklis, to shake them up. If media writes on important issues, cognisance is not taken, if overlooked what names they call, unspeakable, will make all monies blush. That the BMC refuses to take responsibility for potholes, broken roads and open nullahs. The BMC shamelessly said, anyone gets injured or killed because of these problems, it’s all your fault and forget compensation. Gaaiz, I’m telling you, insurance companies need to tweak their rules. It’s time for overall change in that municipal corporation.
While on expenses, public has no clue what a waste the few weeks of the winter session of the Assembly have been. The current lot of ministers and ruling party legislators look straight out of local vyayamshalas. Speaking of musclemen, the Congress is no different from other parties. Their one CM candidate was like a henchman during 1984 Sikh riots. The Pappu-turned-heroic young man, if he wants to be taken seriously, needs to give the Congress lotus nath good rest. It will be ‘loyalty’ over feudality. The GenNext man takes his ‘raje’ in the name far too seriously.