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UPA-II did a lot of good things for Indians without their knowledge: Sushil Kumar Shinde

13, Jan 2014 By indianpsycho

New Delhi. After disclosing that Arvind Kejriwal was being provided security cover without his knowledge, Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde today claimed that the central government did a whole lot of good things for India and its people which they have no knowledge about.

According to him, the UPA-II has been working on a mission to do things that are good and secret in nature e.g. development and security.

Shinde tried best to talk to media without their knowledge but failed.
Shinde tried best to talk to media without their knowledge but failed.

“This was being done as it was the duty of the government to carry out good governance,” he said.

“It is just not in our nature to do good work and then go on boasting about it in rallies like Mr Feku. We are humble that way. We like to talk about minorities and dalits there, who have benefited due to our schemes without their knowledge,” Shinde said, without repeating.

“We are firm believers of a saying by a Sufi saint karm kiye ja fal ki chinta na kar,” he explained. When this Faking News reporter pointed out that it was a quote attributed to Lord Krishna, he asked us to be careful and give credit to minorities too.

“Do you think without our outside support AAP would have been able to form government in Delhi?” Shinde shot back when prodded with with questions to mention at least one good thing (according to him) that they did.

He further claimed that the government’s approach of doing things without the knowledge of targeted groups was extended to the government itself. He revealed that all the scams that took place under UPA’s nose took place without government’s knowledge.

“However, once we came to know about the scams, we decided not to stop them. Had we stopped the scams, do you think we would have seen anti-corruption movements taking birth?” he asked before leaving to attend a music launch party.