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NaMo promises to pass Right-to-Entertainment act after winning, hails Rahul Gandhi as inspiration

29, Jan 2014 By psychodas

New Delhi: It has been a happening couple of weeks for Congress party as a whole. Firstly they refrained from declaring Rahul Gandhi as it’s PM candidate at AICC meet.

Rahul Gandhi
Inspiring many

But following his successful interview with Mr. Arnab Goswami on Frankly Speaking, Mr. Narendra Modi, who is PM candidate for BJP has promised to pass another RTE act, only this time it will be called Right-to-Entertainment act.

Narendra Modi speaking with our special correspondent today mentioned, that the aam aadmi who is the target of bucket load of promises by Congress as well as newly formed AAP, is still living a tough life.

These parties are promising everything from free water, free electricity and free LPG cylinders, but no one is focusing on another important need faced by each common man, the need to have a good laugh.

Thus NaMo, as he is affectionately called by his followers, has promised to pass another act as soon as he forms the government. Under this new act, Mr. Rahul Gandhi will be given a special duty of scouting for talent. Those selected will undergo special training in interview and public speaking techniques delivered by ‘Shehzada’ himself. Following which, every week one of the trained & talented member of this team will make a public appearance on national television.

Followers of Narendra Modi are delighted with this move, they are even claiming how NaMo takes care of every citizen of India, they say this could very well be equivalent of NREGA for Mr. Rahul Gandhi, who is expected to be unemployed following heroics of another news maker Mr. Kumar Vishwas in Amethi.

Following the announcement by NaMo, STAR India has declared that they already have a show in the pipeline, called Rahul&Rahul. This show will feature a duo of Mr. Rahul Gandhi and Mr. Rahul Mahajan, STAR India believes this could very well be the show that gives tough competition to Comedy Nights on colors TV. More news on the same as it develops.