New Delhi. Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh suffered from overheating after reading a few pages of his former media adviser Sanjay Baru’s latest book ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’, in which Baru claims that Sonia was the super PM and Dr. Singh was powerless.
owner Congress President Sonia Gandhi was present nearby at that moment, and she immediately took him to a robot repair shop.
Reportedly, after reading a couple of pages from Baru’s book, MMS became dysfunctional while sitting in his chair. Initially Sonia Gandhi thought that he was meditating, but when Dr. Singh didn’t move even after half an hour, Sonia Gandhi realized that he was switched off automatically because of overheating.
An electrician working at PM’s office, on the condition of anonymity, revealed that he saw smoke coming out of Manmohan Singh’s ear, nose, and mouth.
“Sir is currently in the ICU unit of the repair workshop, but technicians say that there is nothing to worry about. The cooling fan installed in his head suddenly stopped working, that’s all,” the electrician revealed.
There has been no official explanation for what caused the cooling fan failure. But highly placed sources say that it was all because of shocking revelations by Baru in his book.
“To begin with, wires and sensors in Prime Minster’s mental circuit started heating up due to stress. So, to bring down the temperature level, cooling fan started rotating faster than its normal speed, which ultimately resulted in device failure,” disclosed a source.
As per a Congress insider, back in 2004, robotic experts had advised Congress to not use Manmohan Singh for more than 5 years. “Yes, Congress party overused him. But only because he was functioning so well for last 10 years,” said the insider.
Meanwhile, robot repair shop has advised Sonia Gandhi to keep Manmohan Singh away from Sanjay Baru’s book.
“Well, at least it proves that he is an advanced machine, and not just a rubber stamp,” Sanjay Baru explained the developments and insisted that his book was aimed at painting a better picture of Dr. Singh.