New Delhi: After his Mangal Diwali Milan with India’s most credible and honest journalists, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to take cooperation with Media to the next level. Modi will now celebrate Karva Chauth each year with Indian journalists to deepen his ties further with probably the most independent and honest media anywhere. Diwali Milan saw top editors and journalists jostling to get their selfie clicked with Modiji, and flaunting those pictures on social media as a souvenir of
their flattery Modiji’s generosity.
“We’ll do stuff like this quite often. You saw Modiji
hijacking celebrating Teacher’s Day by delivering speech to the children. Then, he celebrated Ghandhiji’s birthday as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan to position himself as champion of cleanliness. We’ll tweak all festivals and occasions you guys celebrate, to make Modiji part of everything.”, a source close to PMO told Teekhi Mirchi requesting anonymity.
“From next year onwards, we’ll rename Karva Chauth to Mangal Suhag Milan. All journalists would be mandated to be on fast all day long, and break it only after Modiji completes his speech, which would coincide with moon sighting. We’re also planning to organize a grand function at 11, Ashoka Road, where all journalists would be invited. Several big TV screens would be erected, so that journalists can watch Modiji deliver and finish his speech. Journalists can then break their fast and get selfie clicked with Modiji and flaunt pictures on social media.”, explained BJP spokesperson Nalin Kohli to Teekhi Mirchi.
Journalists have welcomed this decision, with NBA chief Rajat Sharma calling it Modi’s dedication to the people…like husbands care for their wives. Many journalists were seen buying Saari, Lehanga, Choli, cosmetics etc for the big day in Chandani Chowk market area of New Delhi. Most of them also bought butter and oil in bulk, according to our undercover reporter.
“Media needs to convert Pen into Bindi and Mangalsutra…This is a service to the nation.”, our source in PMO concluded.