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Narendra Modi wins Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering a mysterious particle called ‘Mitron’

08, Oct 2014 By Sanjay Mohta

Oslo, Norway. In 1901, the first set of Nobel Prizes was awarded and now in 2014 another first has been registered by the prestigious awards committee.

In a shocking turn of events, the 2014 awards decision committee has reversed its decision awarding this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics to Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano and Shuji Nakamura for invention of Blue LEDs, and instead decided to give it to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.

Atomic particle
The “controversial” atomic structure of ‘Mitron’

Narendra Modi has been credited with discovering ‘Mitron’, which has been deemed as the fourth sub-atomic particle after Proton, Electron, and Neutron.

Confirming the development, the Nobel committee spokesperson Mr. Nobel Patel from Bhavnagar, Gujarat issued a statement saying, “Invention of Blue LEDs has only helped the mankind in saving some electricity, which is anyways available ‘On Demand’ to all industries in Gujarat in ample amounts. However, the discovery of ‘Mitron’ has helped us understand atoms, and thus this world in a better manner.”

Mr. Patel claimed that ‘Mitron’ was the particle responsible for holding together various Modi fans, who range from Twitter trolls to international journalists. Not only that, ‘Mitron’ possessed much higher energy, which was instrumental in making Modi the Prime Minister despite having humble nucleus origins of being a chai wala.

On rumors that this decision was taken right after Mr. Amit Shah was spotted at the ‘The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences’, which is the decision making body for the awards, a BJP spokesperson said, “This is a mere coincidence and Mr. Shah had gone there to look for a backup land for the creation of Ram Mandir in case Ayodhya site gets disputed again in courts.”

Unconfirmed sources tell Faking News that Mr. Amit Shah is busy these days working on an ordinance with the United Nations, where Mr. Narendra Modi will be given the ‘Right of first Refusal’ for all awards announced henceforth. Earlier, US President Barack Obama had this right, which he started exercising consistently after winning the Nobel Peace Prize.

As expected, Mr. Obama has come out strongly in support of Modi and has said that he was flattered when Modi referred to him and the White House staff also as ‘Mitron’ when he visited Washington on his recent visit.