RS now stands for Rajya Swamy.
Main Chairman hu.
Main Deputy hu.
Main House leader hu.
Main LoP hu.
Ab main hi main hu.
The Rajya Sabha “Poke” feature lay dormant for many years, but now Swamy is using it on just about everyone.
Most of Swamy’s allegations end up in court, none of Kejri’s do.
Media verdict: Swamy is a loose canon while Kejri’s the real deal.
Prabhu: I just launched a Jal Doot Express. What about you?
Swamy: I think a Jail Doot Express would be nice!
#2G #NH #Agusta #Jaya
These versions by Sunil Rajguru
The First Law…
A large Parliamentary body remains stationary unless that body is acted upon by an external force (like Anna Hazare).
Ultimate model of Intertia=Manmohan Singh.
The Second Law…
The acceleration the Parliamentary body is parallel and directly proportional in case of a useless demand and inversely proportional to a very useful demand.
(Like hiking MPs salary is achieved in 40 seconds through a voice vote and the Lokpal is hanging fire even after 40 years)
The Third Law …
Every action by the people has a greater and opposite reaction by the Parliament.
Action: 1 Common Citizen (Anna) held 790 MPs to ransom.
Reaction: 1 common MP (Rajniti) held 1.2 crore Common Citizens to ransom.
© Sunil Rajguru
Many years ago, India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru gave a brilliant speech called Tryst with Destiny.
With due apologies to the great man, here is a spoofed up and highly abridged version of that speech to describe the sordid events of the Rajya Sabha not passing the Lokpal Bill, which has been hanging fire for more than four decades…
(Maybe Rahul Gandhi could read it!)
Long years ago we made a tryst with tomfoolery, and now the time comes when we shall redeem our pledge, not wholly or in full measure, but very substantially. At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the Lok Sabha sleeps, the Rajya Sabha will awake to strife and tomfoolery…
At the dawn of 1968, India started on her unending Lokpal quest, and trackless decades are filled with her striving and grandeur of her failures. We end today a period of misfortunes and India trashes the Lokpal yet again…
On this day our first thoughts go to the architect of this freedom, the New Father of our Nation, Anna Hazare, who, embodying the old spirit of India, held aloft the torch of the Lokpal and lighted up the darkness that surrounded us. We have often been unworthy followers of his and have strayed from his message…
The future beckons to us. Whither do we go and what shall be our endeavour? To bring more tomfoolery to the common man, to the peasants and workers of India…
(This spoof by Sunil Rajguru)