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Monday, 30 April 2012

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BREAKING NEWS: Karunanidhi agreed only on Rahul Dravid's name as India's presidential candidate


Congress unanimously supported, after Pranabda declined to take VRS

After declining the voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) by Pranab Mukherjee to join the race of Presiodential candidate, DMK party supremo M Karunanidhi asked Congress to nominate Rahul Dravid as a president of India due to his clean nature and great defencive attitude. Though, Karunanidhi kept mum on the candidates, sources said that he was very much stubborn over Dravid's name.

"Yea, he is clean posture guy plus represents good qualities of South Indians. We are highly impressed by 
Congress Party's decision to allow cricketers in Parliament. We are firm on demand and our candidate would be Rahul Dravid only," said Karunanidhi's personal assistant J Ramalingam.

Congress party also welcomed the move and agreed the conditions at the first instance.

"Oody baba, I wash confidont that Antony ish ushless. He went there and agreed to my name for preshidenshial candidate. I wash firm and declined for VRS. Fortunately, DMK took a bloody good dishishion," said Pranab Mukherjee.

Party's spokesperson and great intellectual leader Chacha Digvijay Singh said "It was a great demand from DMK. I can't wait to see the dream 2014, Rahul Dada will be President and Rahul Baba will be Prime Minister of India."
However, this weird demand was expected to increase political noises from allies.

Mamata Banerjee is already said to have nominated Saurav Ganguly after she came to know that DMK is pitching for Rahul Dravid's name. Orissa's chief minister Naveen Patnaik while asked Debashish Mohanty, a great slow fast bowler to get a chance for the presidential election.

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