this is Hilarious, just shows how disconnected from reality rahul baba is with his stopgap solutions for problems, kudos to you!
its seems like the rich and privileged can get away with their callousness and ignorance, a sad face of India.
nothing specific to India..
shameless act! Just because you hate someone to the core, you can not stoop so low. That too all on the basis of media reports. Absolutely appalling.
First of all – you do not need to hate someone to criticise them.
Second, this is not stooping low. Stooping low is when your dad says something like ‘Earth will tremble when a tree falls.’ That was not just stopping low but also driven by hate towards a community. The artists here is just passing a sarcasm on a misdirected young kid.
Third, you do not need just media reports. Rahul baba’s numerous public utterances are testimony to his intellect.
Cartoons are always a delight, but when theses are all sided – it ain’t ‘unbiased’ as journalism is supposed to really be. How come there is no humour on anyone from the saffron party? None worthy of it – or all holy souls? Stay unbiased, stay tall.
Why don’t you go read Times of India, Indian Express, Tehelka? Or watch NDTV or CNN IBN?
Please visit paid main stream media for saffron bashing.
hypocrites and those who ruled for maximum time and didn’t deliver are the obvious first target of cartoonists… there is no cartoon on NeerajN, should I shout bias?
Most left liberals pay lip service about listening to people talk about peace and harmony yet ongy talk about fissures – religion, caste, class. do you consider naxalite violence, frequent riots, protests, Tax raids as a environment for growth. Need serios correction of prespective
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