“Teacher he copying me teacher”

25 Mar

Kumaranna is pissed. Says that Rahul Gandhi is copying his “ishtyle” of going and staying in villages.

To quote:

“When I stated the programme, Congress leaders critisised the programme. At last they realised that Grama Vastavya programme is necessary for the party to get votes from the common people. That is why they requested Rahul Gandhi to stay in a rural house.”

To which Kharge a senior congress leader said “What you talking man.. he and his father tell we are copying evverything.. waaat naaansense”.

This is how the programme worked. You select a village. You then select a family there that is broke and in despair. You then tell them the CM is visiting, ask them to vacate their house for a night so that the CM can stay there. As part of the deal you throw some money at them. The press follow singing praises. They were put up in the guest rooms.

Next day everyone left and life returned to hopelesss normalcy for the poor villager.

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9 Responses to ““Teacher he copying me teacher””

  1. Veena March 26, 2008 at 4:11 am #

    OMG! loved the english part…! the kharge one…
    Do you know when they do their party samavesha/andolana, people are brought in big buses , I noticed here in mysore, almost 2 road full of buses!
    next day’s prajavani had some pictures where people were fed with sumptuous food (baaDooTa)

  2. Vijay March 26, 2008 at 4:15 am #

    @Veena: Dont forget the “drinks”…. all part of the attraction.. the only problem is that these people are left high and dry after the samavesha… and have to fend for themselves…

  3. M O H A N March 26, 2008 at 4:34 am #

    Agents who supply such people are the 1st to do roaring business. Hearsay says that one person will get 100 rs, 2 packets of local toddy at end of samavesha. Supply of manpower is done to all big parties irrepective of political backings.

  4. neel3 March 26, 2008 at 4:51 am #

    Kum should realise that copying is the ultimate compliment!!

  5. praneshachar March 26, 2008 at 5:36 am #

    rajakaranigalige yene kelasa
    ade hadu ade raga
    old wine in new bottle ashte

  6. Harsha March 26, 2008 at 6:24 pm #

    well said.. these all politicians are one and same.. they are trying hook and crook to get votes.. but they are not trying to improve common man’s life..

  7. Chitra April 3, 2008 at 3:17 am #

    Nicely written, Vijay! Everything to the dot. “hopeless normalcy’ is perfect! Sigh!

  8. Vijay April 3, 2008 at 6:44 am #

    @Mohan: I know a guy whose family is “in charge” of this supply.. does roaring business…
    @Neela: Obviously Kumaranna doesnt think so
    @Pranesh: You got it.. old wind in new bottles
    @Harsha: Improvement??? Whats that? 🙂
    @Chitra: Elections have been announced.. drama begins

  9. praneshachar April 3, 2008 at 8:49 am #

    HA HA ELECTIONS ARE ANNOUNCED SO IT IS NOW THE BATTLE FOR BALLOT NOT ON PAPER ON ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE. BASHANAGALA BHARATE MYKASURANA HAVALI MEDIA PRINT AND OTHERS ONLY NEWS. AGAIN KARNATAKA IS FIRST TO GO TO POLLS WITH DELIMIATION IMPLEMENTED IT IS A HONOUR TO OUR STATE
    SHURUVAITU RAJAKARNIGAL TICKET BETE
    ONDU KSHETRAKKE OBBARE IDU ASHTE
    SHURUVAGUTTE ATRUPATARA BETE
    TAMMATTA SELEYALU YELLARA BHARATE

    KADU NODI 28TH MAY IS THE D DAY DAY OF COUNTING

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