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After Huffington Post removes Sonia Gandhi's name from rich list, EC removes her name from the South Delhi voter list

04, Dec 2013 By 0mar Abdullah

New Delhi. Last week, Huffington Post listed Sonia Gandhi’s name in the list of richest politicians across the world. Initially, Congress was happy with the inclusion of her name but as soon as the news spread, people on twitter bashed Sonia Gandhi and started the trend #LooteriBahu. Under tremendous pressure from Congress, Huffington Post removed her name and apologized for the same.

“Yeh kya bakchodi hai?,” asked Congress President

Faking News sources came to know that Election Commissioner of Delhi has also removed her name from South-Delhi Voter list.

When asked is it by mistake that Sonia Gandhi’s name removed from V-list, he said, “Not by mistake but we’ve followed certain protocols to remove her name from South Delhi V-list and will try to include her name in some other area of Delhi before 4 pm so that she could able to cast her vote.”

“As you know South Delhi is one of the posh areas of India. All the voters in this area are having wealth of more than 2 billion dollars,” he defended his stand of removing her name from the V-list, “Recently, Huffington Post removed her name because they had published wrong information regarding her wealth. Also she claimed her wealth less than 2 billion dollars. So we’ve decided to remove her name and will include her in Chattarpur constituency where all the voters belong to middle class family and Sonia Gandhi would probably fit into the list.”

Still there is no response from Congress party on this recent development and they have decided to keep quiet on this D-day. Sources tell to Faking News that they want to follow the order of Election Commissioner especially on Voting Day as they want to show their discipline to Delhi people and to get sympathy from them.

“Sympathy and discipline may work for us.” Digvijay Singh said