Conforming to the recent “Feed the Poor” scheme launched by Modi government, McDonald’s has announced that all its branches across India will now offer McAloo Tikki only to those who are unemployed.
The decision has been taken keeping in mind their inability to buy anything that’s priced higher than an Aloo Tikki every time they visit McDonald’s.
In addition to this, customers ordering a Happy Meal at the McDonald’s will be charged heavily because they are the only ones who like showing off by uploading pictures of their restaurant bills post the GST rollout.
As a punitive action, people who sit for long durations after eating their meals will be asked to calculate the amount of GST in their bills. “If they miscalculate the amount of GST, we will brand them anti-national and send them to Pakistan,” said Amit Jatia, who runs McDonald’s in India.
McDonald’s has discontinued its Happy Meal toys ever since the “Feed the Poor” scheme has been announced. Explaining this development, Mr Jatia said, “Since this scheme is launched by the Narendra Modi-led NDA government, Congress Vice President has boycotted McDonald’s entirely. If he is not going to visit McDonald’s ever, what the point of keeping the toys here?”
In a positive move, engineering and art students will be given a free McAloo Tikki if they produce their college identity card. “It is a known fact that engineering and art students never get employed. Hence, we have decided to serve them a free McAloo Tikki as soon as they display their identity cards at the counter,” said a waiter at the McDonald’s.
On further investigation, our team found that the entire staff that serves customers at the McDonald’s were engineering and art graduates.