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BJP spokespersons being coached by Sanjay Jha and Zafar Hilaly on facing the Newshour

16, Jul 2014 By Pen10

The Congressman who is minting money post the Congress election debacle is Mr. Sanjay Jha. According to latest reports he, along with Mr. Zafar Hilaly, is coaching BJP spokespersons on how to face Mr. Arnab Goswami on the Newshour.

This has turned out to be a very lucrative business for the duo and they are charging the BJP spokespersons by the hour.

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“Arnab did not wait even a week after we got into government before he started blasting us,” BJP spokesperson Mr. Sambit Patra said, “We were happy to criticise the Congress when they were in power. Now suddenly the game has changed. And we no longer know how to handle it. We are finding Mr. Jha’s services very helpful.” He refused to divulge where from the funds for their coaching is coming.

The prospectus of The Jhilaly School reads, “Mr. Sanjay Jha is a Newshour veteran of more than 4 years. He has successfully defended the 2G scam, the CWG scam, the CoalGate scam and the Adarsh scam on the Newshour. He has a battery of tricks up his sleeves to deflect attacks from Mr. Arnab Goswami. Mr. Jha is currently the Principal of the School.”

“Mr. Hilaly is an international Newshour veteran and has been a regular in segments about Pakistan. Mr. Goswami keeps insulting him and his country all through but he has kept coming back to the show looking better than before. Mr. Hilaly is currently the Dean for International Assault.”

“We have only one aim,” Mr. Jha told Faking News, “To make the political class of the country ready for the Newshour. This requires special skill and training that all our faculty have accumulated over the years. We do not differentiate on political affiliations. People from all parties are welcome. But we do give a group discount when five or more people of a single party enrol together. Mr. Abhijit Mukherjee is a distinguished alumnus of our School.”

“We are trying to hire Dr. Ved Pratap Vaidik as a guest faculty,” Mr. Hilaly told us from Islamabad, “We are very impressed by his performance on the Newshour on 14th July.”