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What people did first after downloading the BJP manifesto

07, Apr 2014 By Pagal Patrakar

Journalists: downloaded, opened the file, pressed Ctrl+F and typed “temple”, and then typed “Breaking News”.

Congress supporters: didn’t download, claimed it was copied from Rahul Gandhi’s vision.

AAP supporters: downloaded on local drive, later declared that the part of the hard disc got corrupted.

BJP Manifesto
Analysts are also debating if Modi’s picture being of larger size than that of Vajpayee reveals something

BJP supporters: kept on looking at the picture of Narendra Modi on the cover page.

Rahul Gandhi: downloaded, but couldn’t find where he saved it.

Arvind Kejriwal: downloaded, opened the file, counted total number of words and noticed the file size, concluded that the file was not good enough.

Nitish Kumar: demanded a printed version of the manifesto as part of special status for himself.

Lalu Yadav: downloaded BJP’s Android app by mistake, but insisted that he read the manifesto and found it fascist.

Mulayam Singh Yadav: asked Akhilesh Yadav to ensure that the manifesto gets automatically deleted if downloaded on the free laptops given by UP government.

Mayawati: downloaded and dalited, err, deleted.

Jayalalithaa: asked her party members to download it for her. BJP website went down temporarily due to high traffic as every AIADMK member rushed to download it to please Amma.

LK Advani: finally clicked “yes” when asked by the browser “Manifesto.pdf already exists in C:Careers, do you want to replace it?”