Manmohan Singh urges Indians to follow the Bhagavad Gita and give up all expectations

Following a daylong meeting spent huddling with his Cabinet colleagues and coalition partners, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announced today that “the best bet for Indian people was to follow the dictum laid out in the Bhagavad Gita”. “Listen, just do your duty. And, give up all your expectations,”, said Singh, “This is the great truth that has been handed down to us over the ages,” adding that there was no point in trying to introduce new bills when “no one really cares about making anything work.” When pressed for more details, Singh added, “If you love something, set it free. Don’t spend all your energy in trying to force something to work. Your government should be free to do its own thing. If it never comes back to thinking about you, perhaps we are not meant to be with each together.” The Prime Minister confirmed that he’s “pretty sure” that his government will not get anything done for another two years and maybe even longer. However, he urged Indians to “keep their minds open to the possibility of a miracle.”

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8 Replies to “Manmohan Singh urges Indians to follow the Bhagavad Gita and give up all expectations”

  1. It is not the govt or Mr.Singh who is a fault. The vast vote bank of this Great Country is so dumb that they make Elections equivalent to prostitution. For the momentary orgasms of "Vote-Fee" and gimicks like free Color TV, subsidised Rice, Diesel and Kerosene, they don't mind the viral nature of corruption. When asked why people voted for Jagan Mohan Reddy in AP elections, one guy coolly said, "Tell me who isn't corrupt? At least, this guy gives me a plot of land because i campaigned and voted for him." For a man who, along with his father, has amassed 6-digit Crores of Rupees, how much does a a few thousand plots mean?

    The same thing happened at the centre. But fortunately for Mr.Singh, this scam is seen as a loss to the government, than as a profit to some rascal. And yeah, we shouldn't forget his "oh-so-innocent" Gandhi-esque luminance emanating from him protecting him from the Aam Junta.

  2. It is not the govt or Mr.Singh who is a fault. The vast vote bank of this Great Country is so dumb that they make Elections equivalent to prostitution. For the momentary orgasms of "Vote-Fee" and gimicks like free Color TV, subsidised Rice, Diesel and Kerosene, they don't mind the viral nature of corruption. When asked why people voted for Jagan Mohan Reddy in AP elections, one guy coolly said, "Tell me who isn't corrupt? At least, this guy gives me a plot of land because i campaigned and voted for him." For a man who, along with his father, has amassed 6-digit Crores of Rupees, how much does a a few thousand plots mean?

    The same thing happened at the centre. But fortunately for Mr.Singh, this scam is seen as a loss to the government, than as a profit to some rascal. And yeah, we shouldn't forget his "oh-so-innocent" Gandhi-esque luminance emanating from him protecting him from the Aam Junta.

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