Give change and action, not bhashan: Mumbaikers

Written by: Ashwini Anish
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The Nov 26 Mumbai terror attacks that left the world shattered called for peace march by Mumbaikers at Gateway of India where thousands participated and the outcry was clear enough..."A Change & Action not bhashan".

After Raj Thackeray ballyhooed over petty issues, he is totally mum over the Nov 26 attack on Mumbai. Where the hell are you and why didn't you come out of your posh villa and protect the Maharashtrians? The banner reads, "Hi Raj, So how much does your Audi cost? So stop fooling my Maharashtrian brothers and sisters and mind you own 'Business'!"

Mumbai was in flames and Maharashtra Chief Minister, Vilas Rao Deshmukh was busy shaping  his son's career. 'Desh murkh', sorry 'Deshmukh' to review the Taj situation after the threedays of gruesome gunbattle, had taken his son, Hritesh Deshmukh and Ram Gopal Verma along with the 'sniffer dogs'. When asked about this, Deshmukh said that he was not aware of Ram Gopal Verma's presence.
The banner reads, "Deshmurkh, a film by Ram Gopal Verma. Starring:- You Know Who"

After Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan's body (brave martyr who lost his life in the gunbattle of the Mumbai Terror Attack), body reached his house in Bangalore, Karnataka Chief Minister, B S Yeddyurappa visited the brave martyr's house and paid homage. But, after three days, the Kerala Chief Minister visited the house to pay homage. This enraged Sandeep's father, Unnikrishnan and did not let the politician to enter his house, which was justifiable. Afterwhich, A-chuta-nandan made a filthy comment that not even a dog would enter his house, if it was not Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan's house.
The banner gives a befitting reply to this incident stating, "We would prefer a dog visit our house rather a politician"

Anguished by the incompetent, illiterate, selfish and corrupt politicians, the rally was held to  show the politicians that they are equal to dogs in our country. One of the banners read, " Dogs and politicians are not allowed in this rally"

Will such rallies pave way for revolution and be an eye opener for our politicians, or will such mass rallies mask away with passage of time? Jai Hind!

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