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Delhi people would rather go back to President’s rule, Yogendra Yadav’s internal survey reveals

NTMN’s internal survey, conducted by our latest member Yogendra Yadav has revealed that Delhi people would rather go back to President’s rule than prolong their suffering under the AAP regime.

After Arvind Kejriwal took his Robinhood Pandey image to its limits by hiking petrol and asking for donations from people on the same day, the people of Delhi were seen revolting loudly at their TV screens.

In what seems to be a classic case of “realizing the value of good things once you see the worst”, Delhites have regained their senses and are seen desperately reminiscing the good times of the Presidential Rule applied in the state before the incumbent government.

We miss you, Najeeb

“It was the petrol price hike that really did a number on us,” said Mr. Gupta. “Though he was already getting on our nerves with this reckless spending on advertisements and hosting parties for religious communities with our money.

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This survey bears YY’s trademark of authenticity and certification

And then, he says that the government is bankrupt. No shit, Sherlock. And he had the audacity to ask us for donations!,” Mr. Gupta said greatly, missing the President’s rule.

“Ah, those were the days, when the future of Delhi was undecided and the state assembly was in suspended animation. Good times,” he added.

Congress 2.0 in making?

Arvind Kejriwal who is too busy building the Congress 2.0 of the country through opposing BJP by any means possible was unavailable for comment and was spotted sharing a cup of coffee with Janta Par Vaar leaders Nitish Kumar, Lalu Yadav and Mulayam Singh at Connaught Place CCD.

Meanwhile, former Delhi CM Shiela Dikshit was seen fuming at the survey results. “If they wanted Presidential Rule, I could have just continued there as The Governor. Do you have any idea how expensive moving and shipping charges are nowadays?”

At last, Mr. Kejriwal was seen resorting to desperate measures by trying to perfect his cough.

(with inputs from Pratul Bagri)

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Kumar Pratik

Exorcist, Demonologist, and Master of the Dark Arts. Just kidding. Part of NTMN since May 2011 and Editor-in-Chief from 2013 to 2014.

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