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Small hole found in Parliament at spot where Manmohan Singh has been staring at for ten years

27, Mar 2014 By Vaibhav Anand

Delhi: A team of forensic experts from the CBI have discovered a small hole in the Parliament building floor, reportedly right at the spot that the outgoing Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, had been staring unflinchingly at, for roughly ten years.

Manmohan Singh Parliament
Busy Manmohan Singh.

The team had been tasked with investigating the Coal scam and footage from Lok Sabha team led them to believe that Manmohan Singh had been staring at the missing Coalgate files all the time.

“It’s just a small hole, nothing else; no files found,” Senior Inspector Tadapit Kumar of the CBI said in an exclusive interview with this Faking News reporter.

“On one hand, it is disappointing with respect to our Coalgate investigation. On the other hand, we know now that Dr. Manmohan Singh has not been completely useless. He has managed to bore a small hole in the concrete floor of the Parliament with his gaze alone!”

An independent geologist, when contacted by Faking News, was puzzled by the development.

“This means that Dr. Singh’s eyesight is like an extremely low intensity laser,” he said, on condition of anonymity, “It might have been more powerful in his younger days.”

“Or alternately, Sonia madam asked him to reduce his powers,” the geologist offered an alternate explanation.