Wednesday, April 2, 2014

I Don't Know, Son! - Episode No.77

Kejriwal as Next Prime Minister!
Son: There is every possibility that the forthcoming elections may lead to a hung Lok Sabha, dad.
Father: True. Go on, son.
Son: With both BJP and Congress unable to form a Government, there is a likelihood of AAP getting a chance to form the Ministry as it happened in the case of elections to Delhi Assembly, dad.
Father: True. Go on, son.
Son: It appears that the AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal is well prepared for this eventuality, dad.
Father: Go on, son.
Son: He is said to be interested in taking oath as the next Prime Minister and has already drafted a three-point programme for immediate implementation, dad.
Father: Like what? Go on, son.
Son: He would bring a legislation to make the Delhi Police come under the Delhi Government (from the Home Ministry), dad.
Father: Then what? Go on, son.
Son: He would cancel the licence of Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries to extract gas from the KG-Oilfield on the Eastern Offshore, dad.
Father: And then what? Go on, son.
Son: He would submit the resignation of his Ministry to the President Pranab Mukherjee, dad!
Father: I don’t know, son!
The Women Crorepati Club!
Son: The wives of many Lok Sabha contestants from Karnataka are an amused lot nowadays, dad!
Father: How come? Go on, son.
Son: They came to know from the newspapers that they are worth crores of rupees as per the declarations filed by their beloved husbands with the Election Commission, dad!
Father: Interesting. Go on, son.
Son: Most of them say that they were never aware that they were sitting on piles of money (wealth), dad!
Father: Go on, son.
Son: But some of them are also worried that their husbands have borrowed huge money from them, dad!
Father: Go on, son.
Son: They are said to be thinking of forming an association to chalk out ways to recover their (hardly earned!) money from their defaulting husbands, dad!
Father: I don’t know, son!
The Meticulous Karnataka PUC Board!
Son: The Karnataka PUC Board is quite meticulous in conducting the PUC examinations, dad.
Father: Excellent. Go on, son.
Son:  There were two examination centres in the Arkalgud town of Hassan district, dad.
Father: Go on, Son.
Son: For the Urdu language examination on 25 March there was one student at the Girls’ PU College centre, dad.
Father: Go on, son.
Son: The examination was conducted with one centre supervisor, one room supervisor, one answer paper custodian, a three-member central checking squad, one clerk, two D-group employees and a four-member mobile investigation squad, dad!
Father: Interesting. Go on, son.
Son: At the Government PU College centre there were two students to write the exam, dad.
Father: Go on, son.
Son: The examination here was also conducted diligently with a similar team of 13 members, dad.
Father: Fantastic. Go on, son.
Son: The PUC Board was quite happy that the examinees did not engage in malpractices of any kind during the exam, dad!
Father: I don’t know, son!
Voters of Bangalore Central – a Disappointed Lot!
Son: The voters of Bangalore Central Lok Sabha constituency are said to be disappointed lot, dad.
Father: For what? Go on, son.
Son: They say that the assets declared by the former CFO of Infosys V Balkrishnan - the AAP candidate - are peanuts compared to the wealth declared by the former CEO of Infosys Nandan Nilekhani, dad!
Father: Interesting. Go on, son.
Son: They say the asset value of Rs190 crore declared by V Balkrishnan (Bala) is a pittance when compared to Rs7,700-crore assets declared by Nandan who is contesting from Bangalore South, dad!
Father: Go on, son.
Son: The fact that Nandan was among the founders of Infosys did not cut much ice with the voters, dad!
Father: Go on, son.
Son: They say that they expected Bala to hold at least assets worth Rs1,000 crore before quitting Infosys, dad!
Father: I don’t know, son!

3 comments:

Narain said...

Very interesting especially on the eve of elections!

n.srinivasan N SRINIVASAN said...

permit me to copy and paste to my facebook friends= not from canara bank.

AVK Murthy said...

You are welcome to copy and paste NS.