Wednesday, 20th September, 2017

Ramraj brand in Tamil Nadu to make new Assembly-proof shirts and Dhotis for 2017 summer collection

20, Feb 2017 By RT

Coimbatore. Ramraj brand, leading manufacturers of shirts, Dhotis and inner wear in Tamil Nadu, has announced new Assembly-proof shirts and Dhotis for 2017 summer collection. The new ready-made collection is wrinkle free and torn proof specifically targeting the elite group of MLAs and ministers, the company made a press release today.

"CM Palaniswami bought and wore the shirt immediately as soon as he heard about it"
“CM Palaniswami bought and wore the shirt immediately as soon as he heard about it”

The announcement comes in the wake of incidents in the Tamil Nadu Assembly on Saturday. There was clear indication that the torn-free clothing line will be an instant hit among the legislators and the demand is here to stay for the next 4 years. Our Assembly-proof shirts and dhotis are not only wrinkle free and torn proof, they are also slippery and difficult to hold for an attacker, the press release talked about the technical details of the garments.

“We have been secretly doing the background research for the new clothing line ever since Amma got admitted to the hospital. We were just waiting for the right time to announce the arrival of the revolutionary shirts and dhotis for the revolutionary leaders. Our honourable mlas and ministers will look spotless on their shirts and dhotis at the end of the day, on every day of the Assembly session”, the MD of the company told Faking News.

“Do you know there is a lot research goes into making the jersey for Indian cricket team? We took twice the time for this research. After all, cricket is a gentleman’s game. Our Tamilnadu Assembly proceedings are anything but gentle. We need a strong technology to support our strong Assembly-proof collection”, marveled the MD on the technology behind making the new legislative clothing.

Meanwhile, some of the legislators have asked for a few more improvements to be able to easily jump, run and move about their arms and legs freely, it was learnt by Faking Near reporter, now permanently camped in Chennai.