Washington, D.C. Alerted by reports of non-BJP CMs getting booed by Modi fans while sharing stage with him, CIA is preparing in advance to avoid any such embarrassment for the US President Barack Obama, who is to meet the Indian Prime Minister in September.
Sources tell Faking News that CIA has got an intelligence input that many hardcore Modi fans living in the States are still angry over the Visa issue, when US had denied Modi, then the Chief Minister of Gujarat, a Visa to visit the United States of America.
“Considering the unforgiving nature of diehard Modi fans, it’s highly probable that they would be booing Mr. President at an event where both the leaders are scheduled to meet in public,” said Michael Bush, a White House insider on conditions of anonymity.
“We are taking precautions to stop any such hooting, and in case if it happens, we are planning to tackle the situation gracefully,” Bush revealed.
If sources are to be believed, Obama administration is banking upon domestic politics of India to help themselves out. CIA is currently contacting supporters of Indian National Congress, and giving them invite to the event.
However, the intelligence agencies are not chances that these Congress supporters might have become NaMo supporters after election results. In fact, they also suspect that BJP supporters could pretend and fake to be Congress supporters just to get a chance to hoot down Obama.
“To handle that situation, and to counter NaMo chants, we will be having our own people ready to shout ‘Bama Bama Obama’ and ‘Desh ka neta kaisa ho, Barack Obama jaisa ho‘ as loudly as possible,” Michael Bush disclosed.
Meanwhile back in India, the Congress party welcomed reports that someone was finding them useful and relevant. Many Congress leaders have already written to Obama offering help.
“If Obama ji wants, I can share my experience of getting booed by Modi supporters with him and his team. This will help them to strategically counter Modi’s plan,” said Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
“After all, enemy’s enemy is friend,” Hooda explained his move.
Not only state leaders, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi too has written a letter to Obama, where he is reported to have suggested an out of the box idea to handle the problem.
“Rahul ji has asked Obama to send his 3D holographic image to meet Modi at that public meeting. This way he will not be booed directly,” revealed a close aide of the Nehru-Gandhi scion.