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Inspired by Gopichand, Arvind Kejriwal to start political academy to produce world class politicians

01, Sep 2016 By Beer & Biryani

New Delhi: Inspired by Pullela Gopichand’s coaching prowess, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal is planning to start a new political academy, where he will coach budding student politicians and make them world class politicians by the time they pass out from his academy.

Coach Kejriwal giving lecture on his favourite subject, How to Blame Modi"
Coach Kejriwal giving lecture on his favourite subject, How to Blame Modi”

Speaking to Faking News, Kejriwal said, “We have schools that teach business, planning, architecture etc. but looks like no one teaches politics. Being an ace politician myself, I asked a question to myself during my recent Vipassana. Why not me? I thought about this a lot and decided to build my own political school. I’ll be inaugurating Indian School of Politics, India’s first ever political academy next week.”

“We can bring in a lot of experience from our real time political system, including that from the party. Before you even question me, let me make it very clear. I will be the first and last authority, the dean academic of the institution. Our experienced faces like Ashutosh, known for his Oxford level English, and baby faces like Raghav will give a right mix to cater to students of different ages. They could be HODs of various departments, not to forget Jitender Tomar, who can be a visiting professor and expert on ‘How to Fake when you’re not’.This is very much essential in politics.”

When asked on whether Vishal Dadlani would also be part of the teaching staff, “Yes. The man who gave 5-saal Kejriwal to the world can also give many such slogans for budding politicians. I hope his association will prove to be instrumental in building politicians.”

As per our sources, ousted AAP leader Yogendra Yadav has taken cognizance of Kejriwal’s new P-School, and has started working on building his own university called University of Internal Survey just opposite to Indian School of Politics building.