Inflation – Poor Eating More!; Wheat Shortage- South Indians eating Chapathis!!

published on April 5, 2008

Poor are eating more and it’s a challenge: Kamal Nath, Commerce Minister

South indians eat chapati’s causing wheat shortage: Sharad Pawar, Agriculture Minister

Above two are the reponses of our Two Eminent  Ministers of  UPA on all time high Inflation and rocketing prices of daily commodities.

Shri Kalyanaraman Comments

Wow, the great genius, economic-pundits have spoken. What survey did
Kamal Nath or Sharad Pawar conduct through the GOI machineries, to
arrive at these breath-taking conclusions about changes in eating
habits of poor people and about the tamarind-eating south Indians?
(Patanjali had noted that Dravida-s are so called because they eat

Is it because they are eating more that many poor farmers are also driven to suicide?

the economic mismanagement of the economy by open loot of funds from
the central exchequer (Lalu’s fodder scam pales into insignificance
compared to this ongoing loot during the last few years), can result in
poor people eating more, Sonia Gandhi and her chamcha-s can go round
the country and claim it as a victory of the UPA’s policies supported
by the CPM.

The rural employment guarantee scheme launched on the
advice the Belgian-born economic kid on the block (Jean Dreze) means an
open loot of the exchequer with no accountability and no work to show
any contribution to enhancing nation’s wealth.
A culture of dependence
is sought to be built among the poor people of the nation by using what
Arun Shourie has rightly called ‘My hoon na…’ answer to every problem
related to mismanagement of the annual budget or fiscal policy or
allowing share markets to run riot using bogus derivative instruments
and promissory notes.

I hope the opposition parties using these great one-liners of Kamal
Nath and also Sharad Pawar to wipe the UPA and CPM-chamcha’s out of
India’s political scene.

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