Wednesday, 22nd February, 2017

Kejriwal, Modi and Rahul fly to Canada as their last destination for vote campaigning before Punjab goes to poll

03, Feb 2017 By sameer mahawar

Toronto. Blowing their war trumpets for the last time at highest volume, the heads of the political parties have flown to Canada to garner votes.

Covering all the areas for promotions, leaders were still looking for something which they felt was missing from Punjab. Suddenly, all of them agreed upon Canada as their last destination for campaigning where they could hold their rallies and cover maximum Punjabis in minimum area.

Campaigning in full swing
Campaigning in full swing

Canada has been stronghold of Punjabis since direct flights have started from Amritsar and Chandigarh. Also known as ‘Mini Punjab’ in the world, it is a favorite destination of each individual after Roadies.

Speaking to Faking News, Arvind Kejriwal said, “I believe that the heart of Punjab lies in Canada. I arranged multiple gatherings and rallies here in Punjab, but the head count seemed to far less. People tell us that they have flown recently when Political Pundits told them ‘Iss vaar, Jhaadu wali Sarkaar’. Therefore, we have decided to target that area where Punjabis can’t escape from us.”

Waiting for his turn to speak to our Reporter Rahul Baba was also standing nearby. After mastering the Italian Hindi accent, he was trying to learn the Canadian Punjabi accent in the meanwhile. He couldn’t say anything as Digvijay Singh wasn’t there to guide him.

We tried to speak to Narendra Modi but he had already left for Canneda as he wanted to be the first one to reach there and establish his childhood ties with it.

The flight tickets for Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi were sponsored by Adanis and Jindals respectively but Kejriwal, being the representative of Aam Aadmis, didn’t accept any sponsorship and booked his flight for Canada by using coupon codes in MakeMyTrip app.

It has been also reported that all the political parties in their manifestos have promised to grant Canadian visa to atleast one individual from each family.