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Wednesday, 25 April 2012

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Bored with daily routine and boneless life Prime Minister Manmohan Singh plans for summer vacations in Sudan


Sudan vacation will add some thrilling taste to his boneless life

India's prime minister, Manmohan Singh chooses Sudan as his summer vacation destination with his family.

Dr. Manmohan Singh who is tired with his daily routine thought it would be a great idea to touch base great adventurous country.

"Yea guys, I thought it would be a great idea to visit Sudan. I took permission from Madamjee and forwarded all my work to my driver who will take care of prime ministership, going forward," said Manmohanji.

He said "Driver follows me everywhere and aware when to nod and when to not and he knows that there is no need to talk to anybody and if anything is to speak he would get a speech edited by Madamjee. Therefore, he also happily accepted his temporary promotion."

But why did he choose Sudan as his dream destination?

Manmohanji said "I am bored with daily routine and there is nothing happening in the life. I had a boneless feeling. So I thought it would be a good idea if I could manage to choose some great adventurous country. Therefore, I thought to visit Sudan."

However, Sudan government is not very happy over Manmohan Singh's decision and decided to cancel his visa in the rights of its citizens.

Sudan President Omar al-Bashir said "Hey guys, recently last week I declared war against South Sudan and if this guy comes in Sudan, the citizens will have negative impact on their high morales."

Showing Manmohanji's photo Bashir said "See his looks, there is no expression looks like sloth like speed and no way he will kill a small insect. How can we allow him to enter in our country."

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