New Delhi, India 14’th April. In the aftermath of Shri Narendra Modi’s interview in the aptly named “AAP” Ki Adalat, medical store all over India have reported a sudden spike in sale of burnol.
Reckitt Piramal, manufacturers of Burnol have also released a press note saying that the increase in demand was due to high spike in demand in shops surrounding political party offices all over India.
Burn experts at AIIMS when contacted by this reporter stated that they also have been getting reports from hospitals all over India regarding a slew of patients suffering from minor to severe burns in inappropriate places.
When quizzed about this epidemic among his party colleagues, Digvijay Singh, a firebrand leader of the Congress party categorically denied that he or his secular colleagues were suffering from any such disease.
“Burns only affect the typical non-secular people. We are secular and so our bodies are totally fire proof,” thundered Mr. Singh. Though he was caught red-handed by this reporter with a packet of Burnol within minutes of this statement.
Later he claimed that his burnol was made specially for secular burns and it had nothing to do with Mr. Modi’s communal interview and that he and his gentleman’s sausages were totally fireproof.
Later in the day “AAP” release a press statement through their secular and honest batch of press reporters. This reporter had to bribe one of them to get a copy of this.
The year old party is supposedly going to give a court annoited copyright notice to 22 year old “AAP” ki adalt with a demand for them to drop “AAP” from it’s title.
“They should use Rajat Ki adalat or even BJP or MODI ki adalat as they are their agents,” so claims the report. Despite repeated attempts this reporter was unable to get a U turn or a publicity stunt from a party which is famous for them.