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Mumbai gang rape

29, Aug 2013 By sayannandy

Mumbai: After Kolkata and Delhi it’s the turn of Mumbai, the city that never sleeps. A group of men allegedly raped a photojournalist.

To this for the first time our revered prime minister has opened his mouth and said, “G”. This is the word that has been following him recently be it CWG, 2G or Soniaji.

He later sent a Morse code saying that he could exactly feel the pain as he was experiencing the same in the past decade albeit here the perpetrators are different.

When asked how he copes with such situation, he answered in sign language that he has been leading a mute mutiny to get his voice heard. He also added that his inspirations are Charlie Chaplin and Dada Saheb Phalke.

On the other hand the candle factories are contemplating a price hike considering the sudden spike in such incidents.

“This is good for our business, as people are really revolutionary these days and to demonstrate their support for the victims they do march to some historic place with candles in their hands. This gives us a huge business opportunity”, said Kallan Mombatiwala.

In the mean time the opposition is demanding for a CBI probe to investigate whether the candle union is involved in some sort of scam to increase the rate of rape by paying the local mafia.

The state ministers are against this as they say the IAS and IPS officers are already disrupting the sensitive fabric of the society by taking irresponsible actions to eradicate mafia and corruption from states.

One such irresponsible act of foolishness by an IPS officer Damayanti Sen was deftly dealt with the state government. No tension arose as she was swiftly transferred for cracking down an alleged rape case which as per the state government was fabricated in the first place.

An angry TMC leader said, “Officers should have rage but they should refrain from showing courage as this might give rise to communal tension.”

After Delhi gang rape addressing his followers, Asaram Bapu said upon being confronted by her attackers, “the woman should have taken God’s name and could have held the hand of one of the men and said I consider you as my brother and should have said to the other two ‘Brother I am helpless, you are my brother, my religious brother’.”

To prove his point he benevolently volunteered to try his theory by adopting a mystical, philosophical and out of the box approach on a 16 year old girl.

Unfortunately the teen turned out to be an atheist and thus Asaram bapu’s experiment took an ugly turn.