The meet of the matter

Sep 15 2013, 17:06 IST
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SummaryTwo historic events took place on Friday the 13th; one, the sentence on hanging in a Delhi courtroom, and second, the sentence in a Delhi conference room declaring Narendra Modi the BJP’s PM candidate, which had been hanging for a while. L K Advani didn’t show up but what if he had? Here’s how the meeting of the Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) could have gone, which unmodified, reveals the real story behind the coronation.

the driving seat.

Rajnath: We need to crush Rahul’s dreams in order to make Modi’s dream come true. What are his dreams anyway? Nobody knows, but we need to crush them anyway since we have a bulldozer at our disposal.

Advani: Bull, I mean aren’t we all being bulldozed? The Congress has called it a hostile takeover by Nagpur. We need to show some backbone and display our independence. We are the party with a difference, remember?

Jaitley: Why are we worried about Rahul baba? Nano is no match for NaMo. As a lawyer, I can say that this is an open and shut case. This is the rarest of rare opportunities and we have the rarest of rare candidates.

Sushma: That’s what I’m worried about. We may have to pay a penalty for this decision. The Muslims will run away from the BJP.

Rajnath: Right now, they are busy running away from Mulayam Singh. We have eight months to convince them, as well as other minorities like the TMC, AIADMK, AAP, etc. that India needs a strong leader who can fulfill India’s dream of becoming a superpower. Even America will come running to us.

Advani: Naturally, since he can’t go there.

Rajnath: Everyone is overruled. I have veto powers and we need to announce our PM candidate before everyone else to show we are a party with a difference.

Joshi: More like a party with differences.

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