March 22, 2019

Prime Minister Eligibility Test (Azam Khan Version) : Tea, Drums and Dress

For Azam Khan, who cannot keep his buffaloes in check (they go missing all the time), eligibility for Prime Minister’s post requires competency to make tea, play drums and dress like a dapper. It’s like saying I have studied Physics and launched rockets during Diwali so I am qualified for NASA. He is afflicted with foot-in-mouth syndrome. He calls rape victim’s plea for justice “political conspiracy”. Supreme Court reprimanded him for his insensitive remark. He should have been awarded with jail sentence for his callous statements. If Kamlesh Tiwari could be jailed for his insensitivity towards Prophet why not Azam Khan? But with ThakurJi at the helm of supreme court judgments on dance bars and dahi handi could be expected but not on the issues which matter.

There are so many aspirants salivating for the post of PM and they have endorsements from people as qualified as Tejasvi Yadav. It’s like getting your IQ endorsed by Rahul Gandhi. Nitish is day dreaming about Lok Kalyan Marg (Race Course Road). Netaji, Kejri, Didi all are in the fray. 2019 is going to be a different ballgame altogether. Spin doctors would continue to fabricate and peddle lies about intolerance, dalit oppression and anti-farmer narrative. It will be the electorate who will do the surgical strike on dreams of these PM aspirants. Maybe a kick from one of the missing buffaloes would bring Khan to realism. Nitish is swayed by Tejasvi Yadav’s endorsement. He should take Tejasvi’s comment with a pinch of salt. Who would believe statement on family planning from Lalu Yadav? Reality check for Nitish!

Kejri should visit NIMHANS (National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences) Bengaluru and get himself exorcised from Modi mania. Netaji should use “Samajwad” to keep his house in order. Akhilesh might shoot off another letter.

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