Rahul uses the new word of the day he learnt “Pinch”! He says “I will pinch RSS!” RSS calls an emergency meeting to move from knickers to pants
Our dizzy correspondent guided by dizzy logic through the help of his sources in the highly placed Lutyen’s Delhi informed us that Rahul Gandhi has incorporated a new habit of learning a new word every day in a dictionary gifted from Italy. It wasn’t a gift from his lineage on the mother’s side, but Aiyar mamu, who had visited Italy during 2014. Mr. Mani Aiyar had visited Italy to find a new sweeter Barista version of chai (tea). His idea was to gift it to Modi, as a part of the “sweet revenge”, when he sees Modi selling tea outside their conference, after losing elections.
There Mr. Aiyar saw a sweet little dictionary which he bought for Rahul baba. Rahul Gandhi who took the gift smiling from Aiyar mamu, suddenly got fascinated by balloons and threw the dictionary aside, only to re-discover it a few days back.
And from thereon started the journey of Rahul in the world of words, learning new ones, using existing ones. etc. etc. The senior Congress party functionaries and the family loyalists were gushing at the scene of their “dear” Rahul baba learning new aspects on his own. A senior Congress leader Diggy Singh who still believes that Kapil Sharma stole his idea of comedy nights said “See Rahul baba, is all set to lead Congress and this country called India”. Rahul who was beaming at hearing this said “Diggy uncle, incidentally I learnt the word “lead” today!”
And barely after a couple of days after this (yesterday), Rahul learnt the word of the day “Smash”, and he said “ I will smash the RSS and BJP!”. His jubilant workers and the dynasty loyalists clapped. Meanwhile our dizzy correspondent just wired us a breaking news that the “word of the day” today for Rahul baba is “pinch”. And RSS called for an emergency meeting of the top organization functionaries to re-think on their dress code, and possibly change from Knicker to pants!
Author Bio: S Vadwlas is a Software architect based in the US, with an American Masters in Engineering and an undergraduate degree from India. He is a contributor to the Times of India. He has completed a writer’s course at the Writers center, Bethesda in Washington DC. His upcoming book Go Clown (Get High Legally!) is a Literary Fiction Comedy set in India, America, Nepal and Thailand. The author can be reached on Twitter at @goclown_book
Disclaimer: This article is meant as a satire and has no resemblance to any facts. Any connections to possible incident or events are purely for humor. The author does hold any political affiliations and does not subscribe to any school of thought, besides being completely apolitical.