The general Indian population has today filed a petition for the immediate extradition of the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Akhilesh Yadav to Australia, citing “extreme embarrassment to the Indian people” as a major reason for the deportation request.
The Australian Government is panicking at the appeal, aware of the delicate relationship and evolving positive networking occurring between the two regions at present. Australian Prime Minister, Tony Abbott has politely questioned the demand, publically stating that though the Samajwadi MP studied at the prestigious Sydney University, Mr Yadav cannot be officially deported to Australia as he has no solid ties with the country.
The petitioners have defiantly stated that India would like to return Mr Yadav to Australia, noting that they would like to adopt a unique initiative that mirrors the refund policy available in retail outlets with many of our current politicians.
“Yes, it is true,” one petitioner told Faking News journalists at a peaceful protest held outside the Indian Parliament House. “We are interested in using the ‘if you break it, you buy it’ policy. Clearly no one can argue that Mr Yadav is not broken, and we would like to believe that it is the Aussies that broke him, or at least this is what we are praying for.”
The Australian Government however is digging their heels in firmly, denying that they ‘broke’ Mr Yadav in the first place. “We suggest that Mr Yadav was broken long before he ever set foot on Australian soil,” an official government spokesman told Faking News journalists via a secure Satellite telephone earlier today.
When this comment was reiterated to the protestors, a majority of them agreed with the stance regretfully, offering to exchange My Yadav, rather than return him. “We will take any politician the Australian Government wants to send our way in place of Mr Yadav,” one protestor yelled out.
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