Category Archives: Our favourite political personalities

Our favourite political personalities

The Jay Amit Shah Story (told the correct way)

The Wire has dared to malign Jay Amit Shah by questioning the business practices of this financial prodigy. In reality, Jay Amit Shah is a genius who needs to be recognized & celebrated. Thankfully, The Wire is being sued for Rs. 100 crore for defaming an honest, hard-working businessman.Why can’t more Indians be like Jay Amit Shah? Instead of complaining about the economy and government policies, this chai wala’s right hand man’s Read more [...]

New Rules for New India (making Hindutva great again!)

Bharat Mata ki Jai! Bharat Mata has long been plagued with religious and cultural diversity. From Trump in the West to Kim-Jong in the East, we are faced with increasing global competition to create  fundamentalist societies. Thankfully, we have been able to come up with our very own #MakeInIndia solution to keep abreast with the times. Our government's Hindutva governance is based on thousands of years of research and provides a unique solution Read more [...]

Would you hire someone with this Resume? (He is now UP’s Chief Minister!)

BJP - the party with a difference, has given us another gem. Yogi Adityanath will be the next Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. Yogi Adityanath will act as an inspiration for millions of UPites over the next five years as he brings a much needed regressive and narrow minded approach to governance. Here is his incredible resume which touches upon his impressive body of work:Ajay Singh Bisht (aka Yogi Adityanath) 361,Old Gorakhpur,Shri Gorakhnath Read more [...]

The absurdity of Mayawati & Kejriwal’s EVM claims

Two of our most prolific leaders from recent times, Behenji Mayawati and Arvind Kejriwal, have decided to have grave concerns regarding the electoral system - one that has allowed them to be Chief Ministers, a combined six times. In a BSP letter to the Election Commission of India (ECI) on March 11th 2017, National General Secretary Satish Chandra Mishra provided reasons for his parties skepticism about Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs). Most of Read more [...]

The Butcher of India’s Surgical Strikes – Arnab Goswami

The aftermath of India’s surgical strikes has provided us with a new hero – Arnab Goswami. Every night, on super primetime, Arnab and his ego, put on a beautiful performance where they painstakingly take down every opinion that could be perceived as anti-Indian. Instead of using rationale or reason, Arnab uses the most effective tools available – bullying, shouting and mocking. Never mind if the person at the receiving end is Indian or Pakistani. Read more [...]

Arvind Kejriwal: An Insignificant Man

For a two-year period, cameras followed Arvind Kejriwal and his team to create An Insignificant Man, a documentary that chronicles the rise of Aam Aadmi Party to its present day leadership in Delhi. The documentary premiered on September 11th, 2016 to a packed house at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival. The film-makers have done a commendable job in documenting the personalities of some of AAP's key founders, specifically Arvind Kejriwal, Read more [...]

Is Mayawati Porn a thing?

WahSarkar has always been a fan of Behenji Mayawati - especially back in the good old days when she used to be the CM (Chief Megalomaniac) of Uttar Pradesh. Over the years, we have profiled her prudent fiscal policies and her nuanced take on the positioning of an elephant's trunk.  We also compared her (and other politicians') Google Search popularity with Sunny Leone. In the complicated world of search engine optimization, all this has somehow Read more [...]

Zakir Naik: फटा पोस्टर निकला Zero

ज़ाकिर जी की आजकल न्यूज़ में काफी चर्चा है। इस इंसान ने, अपना नाम यूट्यूब और टेलीविज़न द्वारा बिना सर पैर की बकवास कर कर के बनाया है। हमारे देश में, रट्टा मारने वालो की कोई कम्मी नहीं Read more [...]

Thank You Smriti Irani for reinforcing the virtues of bigotry

Thank you Smriti Irani. The country was confused and in a precarious situation before your enthralling performance in parliament yesterday. But today we all have a clearer understanding of how to live our lives. For whatever reasons, university students thought that they can espouse opinions that differ from those of the government. For too long, we have allowed universities to be venues of active social debate where students are exposed to different Read more [...]

BJP’s Hindutva Superheroes are here to save India

Forget poverty and economic inequality. Forget dying children and crumbling infrastructure. Forget farmer suicides and even forget corruption. India’s biggest challenge today is combating the religious and cultural diversity that exists in the country. We must tackle this monster and thankfully Prime Minister Modi’s extended team includes a pack of super heroes who will guide India to a path of intolerance and cultural homogeneity. Mohan Read more [...]

Why should we accept ‘criminal’ Kejriwal?

Over the last two years, Arvind Kejriwal has been on a crusade to bring about societal reforms. Throughout this period, Kejriwal has consistently expressed his disdain towards parliamentarians who have pending criminal cases against them. On many occasions in the recent past, Kejriwal and his coterie  often harped on the presence of criminals in parliament in order to demonstrate the magnitude of political rot being faced by the country. For instance, Read more [...]

Open Letter from a Rajya Sabha MP to Sachin Tendulkar

The nomination of Sachin Tendulkar to the Rajya Sabha has caused a fair amount of anguish across the country. Here’s a letter from an anonymous Rajya Sabha member to the master explaining this. Dear Sachin, Till a few days back no one really cared for what was going on in the Rajya Sabha. Barring hyped up LokPal type debates, hardly did the average citizen care for our activities. However, since your nomination I have found that there is a new Read more [...]

Quotable Quotes – The best of 2011

As the year ends, we decided to compile some of the most interesting quotes of the year from the political sphere. 1. “The country did not get actual freedom even after 64 years of independence and the only change was that the whites have been replaced by the blacks.” ~ One of Anna Hazare’s many rhetorical statements during the year. 2. “I believe that Janlokpal Bill will put break on at least 65% corruption in the country.” ~ Anna Hazare’s Read more [...]

Open Letter from Anna Hazare to all Indians

Anna Hazare is back. Here is his message to one and all. In-case you are already an Anna follower, you are doing well. In case you are not one, please have some shame, read his message and follow him to a glorious corruption free India. Dear Citizens of India, For the past 6 months I have been regularly starving myself for you, to give you a nation that is free of corruption. I have successfully convinced you that corruption is an event that occurs Read more [...]

Anna & Friends – Fast Facts

India is in the midst of its ‘second freedom struggle’. Time has come for us to liberate ourselves from  this evil power forcefully ruling over us innocent, law abiding, disciplined, incorruptible citizens. Wah Sarkar here lists a bunch of facts related to various aspects & the main protagonists of this ‘second freedom struggle’. No conclusions are drawn from the facts stated below. The interpretation of these facts is completely open Read more [...]


  Mr. Ram Krishna Yadav/Baba Ramdev is the main protagonist in the ongoing national circus. To add to his absurd list of demands, he has taken to  fighting against black money with spuriously acquired wealth. After the Ramlila fiasco, Baba by his own admission to TV, said that he excused himself to change clothes and then ran away. Later he was found on stage after which he jumped into the crowd of followers and also changed into women clothes Read more [...]

Annanomics – An analysis of India’s Hunger Strike Industry

  There is a lot of debate surrounding the support & reputation of India’s Civil Society which is starving itself these days to pressurize the Government of India. Here we compare  Civil Society with the Government through  various parameters. Some of them defy logic. But that’s just the world of hunger strikes for you.The entire debate started when a committee to draft the Jan Lokpal Bill was created. This committee has Read more [...]

Saare Jaha se accha, Gandhistan humara

  Watching the ‘’DLF’’ IPL has exposed us to ‘’Citi” moments of success and “Maxx” timeouts. However such style of branding has been on in the country for many decades. The Nehru-Gandhi name has been prefixed before countless government schemes and projects. Here we look at a supremely effective method of political branding by the Indian National Congress. A method which has succeeded in using the face of the country as an Read more [...]

Humara Neta… Abu Salem

  Last week saw the death of the world's most dreaded terrorist, Osama bin Laden. But do you know what happened when one of India's most wanted, Abu Salem, was  arrested and put behind bars in 2006? He wanted to contest assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh and amazingly there was no law in the country to stop him from doing so. Sitting in jail in 2006, Abu Salem was accused in the 1993 Bombay blasts, the murder of Gulshan Kumar and in an Read more [...]

The Forgotten Wikileaks

 Most of the Wikileaks released by The Hindu focussed on Swiss Bank accounts and the Confidence Motion. However there was a very interesting leak* highlighting the latest innovations by Indian netas in bribing voters. Wah Sarkar presents to you 3 of our MPs along with their state of the art bribing techniques.1. The Newspaper BriberM.K.Azhagiri (DMK) -  MP from Madurai, Tamil Nadu ;  Total Assets: 19 crores+ ;Union Minister for Chemicals Read more [...]

The Art of Hunger Strikes

  The nation is rejoicing as Anna’s farce fast unto ‘death’ crusade ends. We decided to compare this with another hunger strike being kept by Irom Chanu Sharmila. A fast which has lasted for more than 10 years...Why is she fasting? Sharmila is protesting against the Armed Forces – Special Powers Act (AFSPA) which confers special powers to the Army in states in North East India. This allows the army to effectively search any premise Read more [...]

Murderers Eleven

Indian cricket teams have notoriously been known for lacking the ‘killer instinct’. Here’s a look at one Indian team which has all possible predatory instincts. Wah Sarkar decided to select 11 of our finest parliamentarians from the Lok Sabha to form a team of world beaters/killers/murderers/thugs. Out of 543 members, 162 MPs have pending criminal cases*. Thus it was a tough task narrowing this immensely talented bunch down to just 11. We have Read more [...]

Behenji – India’s Most Eligible Bachelorette

For some absurd reason Kumari Mayawati is always ignored whenever lists of India’s most eligible bachelor(ettes) is made. Let us try to understand what makes or rather what should make Maya more desirable than Katrina Kaif & Deepika Padukone combined. Q1. Who is Mayawati? Ans. Mayawati (B.A., B.Ed, LL.B)  is the current very very honourable Chief Minister of India’s most populous state Uttar Pradesh which is the world’s most populous Read more [...]