Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Lalu the Exorcist

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Have you ever known a state minister to act as an exorcist. May be nowhere in the world it may happen but certainly it happens only in India. In India, last week, Indian Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav was shown on television channels, invoking a goddess at his ancestral Fulwaria village in Gopalgunj district in Bihar State of India, to act as an exorcist when he exorcised a ghost from a woman.

Now the ruling JD(U) in Bihar has demanded the arrest of Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, as according to law, the act of exorcism is punishable with provision of three months imprisonment or fine or both. As per JD(U) spokesman Shivanand Tiwari, 'Lalu Prasad was seen in the role of an exorcist on the occasion of invocation of the goddess at his native village a few days ago and he exorcised a ghost from a woman. His act violates the Bihar Witchcraft Prevention Act enacted by the erstwhile RJD government in 1999'.

Now it seems Ghost Politics is catching up in Bihar State of India & certainly this time Ghost is not going to let off Lalu Prasad Yadav easily.

Incidentally this is the same Lalu Prasad Yadav, from whom, recently students from 'Harvard' and 'Wharton' Business Schools took management tips, on how he has been able to turnaround Indian Railways to a profitable venture after being declared sick earlier, before he took over Indian Railways few years back.

Anyway, if anyone from 'Harvard' and 'Wharton' Business Schools, wants lessons in such weird practice of exorcism, Lalu seems to have good knowledge on this too!!!!!!!!!!!!

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