Sunday, May 17, 2009

The great Indian Circus

The verdict has been given by the public. Results are out.
Congress has changed the history and what a victory? No one in their dreams had thought of such a result. All the exit polls, astrological predictions, numerological calculations were proved wrong by none other than the common man.

The period after voting was very busy for all the political parties and their leaders. All the news channels were busy with permutations and combinations of various parties. Speculations were being made. Lots of money was placed on many alliances

But hi! yeh na thi hamari kismet ;-(

We didn’t get the chance to savor and relish the assimilation and making of political salad of various parties

Actually we all have been cheated (by the results) of enjoying the great Indian Political circus. It was not in our fate to witness the juggling of members, the trapeze of political parties, and the long wait in anticipation, the hustle and bustle of various members, late night clandestine meetings, .

The media has been left in a lurch by this political battle. Their long and meticulous planning of covering every possible politician, their long agenda of interviews for all the prospective candidates who would have joined the winning party, their fully equipped vans, cameras, writing pads, tape recorders all have been left to rust by this over whelming majority which the Congress has gained and which has placed congress in a NO BARGAINING ZONE.

Now the congress need not go and beg other parties to pledge their support to them rather the tables have turned. The small parties are eagerly sending feelers to the all happy leaders of Congress and showing their willingness to join the winning giants.

All the leaders with their parties must have planned in advance how they will show their attitude (nakhras) and how much bargaining will be allowed? For how long should they stretch the rope of their consent? They must have also read everything available on barter system. but all in vain ;-(

Now with this victory all the winners are enjoying their dinners and parties without the worry of tomorrow. There is no need for them to lose their sleep over such mundane issues as to who should join them. They definitely have a upper hand. They can easily maneuver any situation to their gain.

Any ways we can say that it was destined. So now we must just wait and watch whether Lalu will come back or what ministry will Rahul get etc etc.

Now ,that the political arena is not going to provide us with much of fun. So here is little something to tickle our funny bones and exercise our facial muscles (the idea and some songs have been stolen from AAJ TAK channel) but thoda credit mereko bhi milna chahiye.

Just imagine what some of our leaders will be singing now?

1. Sonia “AAJ MEIN UPPER AASMAN NEECHE, AAJ MEIN AAGEN JAMANA HAI PICHE-------

2. Manmohan singh “ JO TUMKO HO PASAND VO HI BAAT KARENGE , TUM AGAR DIN KO RAAT KAHO RAAT KAHENGE

3. Mayawati , “ DIL KE ARMAAN AANSUON MEIN DHAL KAR REH GAYE, HUM WAFA KARKE BHI TANHA RAH GAYE

4. LaluPrasad, “ YAHAN KAUN HAI TERA MUSAFIR JAAYEGA KAHAN?

5. Adwani , “ KOI HUMDUM NA RAHA KOI SAHARA NA RAHA, HUM KISI KE NA HUE KOI HAMARA NA HUA?

6. Rahul, “ BACHNA A HASINO LO MEIN AA GAYA”

7. Varun, “ AA DEKHE JARA KISME KITNA HAI DUM

Anybody reading this post may put in your feed back in this series. Suggestions are welcome to make this list long.

4 comments:

Gayathri said...

lol..you are definitely too good at sarcasm..was funny indeed..
and it was definitely disappointing to miss the cocktail!

aruna khasgiwala said...

My God , You should join Print media. You are superb Language is too good & your imagination, Kamal kar diya
aruna khasgiwala

Zillionbig said...

hehehe, that was saritical alright...very true we were snatched of the fun in watching the great indian political pageant.

Aditya said...

Nice one!!!

In fact after the result Mamata didi must be singing..
"Ho gayi MERI balle balle...!!"

Karunanidhi would have also said so.. but in Chennai Tamilians don't speak in any language, other than Tamil... :)

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