It’s Diwali, Mr Kejriwal

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November 12th, 2012 Jyoti Mukul

After the firecrackers, it’s Diwali this time.

President Pranab Mukherjee was the target, though not for the first time but Mr Kejriwal, what about Diwali? Please do something about it. Crackers outside have caused smog, and gifts traffic jam. It is so difficult to make home these days and Dhanteras was here too, thankfully on Sunday.

Which car should he buy this time and who will finance it? No Ferrari ki Sawari but BMW for the son, my lord.

Daughter can choose from diamond that has no resale value. But copper-plated gold looks nice but her iPhone 4S is not working so the father has to buy that too. But over the counter it is expensive. So why not without the VAT and with some cash? But that too is dangerous these days even if it is in Swiss accounts.

Nobody knows this better than Mr Mukherjee this time. So ask the company and order one jewellery set and ask the other ones to give few gift vouchers for Croma this time.

IPhone 5 is home too. But the pen can tweak the policy in return. Though this time, none is sure. Mr Kejriwal is watching with his cap and he has the corruption recorder on. Media is playing the song.

But Mr Kejriwal, there is a complaint. Down the road and outside my office, gifts are troubling us. The flag bearer of courage on the Fleet Street has gifts piled in the glass chambers and some small fries who are yet to write big are crying foul. Hands are weak but gifts are heavy and the car is far.

Please Mr Kejriwal, do something. Needed, an expose on the street too. Mr Jindal too is crying foul. The next cracker should be from Radia tapes and why not in full. Do you like the TV camera or the cap on your head? Please let me know by the next Diwali.

Till then, at least keep the firecrackers on.

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