the Delhi High Court has declared the result of the DNA test conducted at the Hyderabad-based laboratory. The court said as per the report, “Tiwari is reported to be the biological father of Rohit Shekhar and Ujjwala Sharma.” The link given will give my readers sufficient background about the story.
India’s politics is firmly dynastic in many respects. Please read both the pages of the article given in the link to understand the situation. The report is not exhaustive but indicative of the situation. A more interesting take on the subject of who is illegitimate is given here! Other reports say that the son claimed that he is not the illegitimate son, but NDT is the illegitimate father!
If you want some fun out of the old man’s discomfiture, you will do no better than to read my older post.
The interesting aspect of the N D Tiwari decision is the Indian National Congress Party distancing itself from the old veteran Congressman.
Padmum rightly asks if the distancing is indicative of the party’s reluctance to have another son rising within the Congress landscape!
My readers with any sort of connections with Australia will love to read this very funny blog post.
Having enjoyed the humour part of it, it is only fair that we read all the comments to discover that it is a hoax.
On the other hand, if you go to my blog post Indian Sense Of Humour, you will see a take off of a different kind from that wonderful Indian blog Faking News which instead of breaking news publishes faking news. Along with my morning cup of tea, that blog is my daily fix of humour every morning.
If as the Court has ordered, Mr. Tiwari submits himself to DNA testing and it is proved that the litigant is in fact his son, I wonder what a spin doctor will come up with on behalf of Mr. Tiwari.
I propose a contest the winner of which, will get a specially designed “Spin Blogger” award. There is just one rule for entries. Write a spin on Mr. Tiwari’s peccadilloes. I shall announce a panel of three judges soon who will decide the winner. The post can be on the blogger’s own blog with just a mention of this post for reference and a mail to me at [email protected] to inform me of the post.