New Delhi: An explosive revelation by the PMO yesterday showed everyone that Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s fears may have some basis after all. Prime Minister’s office has requested entries on MyGov website for the best possible way to eliminate Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Best idea will be rewarded and implemented by the government.
Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, is well known for his penchant for mass marketing of his ideas. For one of his famous initiatives – Mann Ki Baat (a popular monthly radio program) – he often invites ideas from his countrymen and names some of them in the program. He is following the same model to deal with political opponents.
Earlier yesterday, a Viral Youtube video was uploaded by Mr. Arvind Kejriwal in which he claimed that the Prime Minister of India was trying to kill him. Upon watching the video, Narendra Modi decided that there is no need for secrecy anymore and he should involve his fellow countrymen in his task. After this, PMO started inviting entries on creative ways to provide ‘shaheedi’ to a modern day ‘krantikari’. Reportedly, the servers of the MyGov Website on which people were to present their ideas crashed within hours.
While the crash of the website is certainly due to heavy traffic surge but the success has predictably been interpreted differently by various political parties. While the BJP claims that the surge is due to Prime Minister’s popularity and receptiveness of his call among the countrymen, the Congress party has claimed credit for the entire idea saying the website and the crash would not have been possible if Rajiv Gandhi hadn’t brought Computers to India. Meanwhile, Aam Aadmi Party has claimed that website crashed because every Indian logged on to plead for Arvind Ji’s life.
Although the countrymen have to wait for the PM’s program on Sunday to find out the innovative ideas that stood out, your reporter through his highly placed sources in the PMO found out the top ranked idea has been handpicked by the PM personally. The submission came from a certain Balman Khan who proposed the idea of running a person over with a driverless car while shooting from a bulletless rifle.