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Monday, 9 July 2012

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Government removed Mamata Banerjee from the list of aam aadmis

Congress added names of Mulayam Singh Yadav and Nitish Kumar in the list
Taking a dig on Mamata Banerjee who turned into rival from friend, the UPA government removed her from its esteemed list of aam aadmis and added Mulayam Singh Yadav and Nitish Kumar. The list is prepared by the government that suggests where Rahul Gandhi, India's future Prime Minister will visit for lunch or dinner and also will announce interesting and lucrative packages.

"We are releasing a new list of aam aadmis containing 300 people chosen out of 120 crore people in India. We are happy to say that Mulayam Singh Yadav has been added to the list while we alloted a special seat to Nitish Kumar as well, for giving the stability to the government. We have removed Mamata Banerjee from the list and next update would be announced soon," told Manish Tewari, spokesperson of Congress Party.
When press reporters asked him the reason do why Congress removed Mamata didi from the list, he said "It is no reason why we should discuss on that topic. Our team has identified that nothing special has left in her to consider her as an ordinary people of India. We don't want Rahul Baba to visit non aam aadmi's house."
Sources said, Mamata didi was expressionless when she came to know about the news and blamed Congress as Maoist Party.
"Mamata didi tore apart a news paper which had nothing to do with the Congress Party and called Rahul Gandhi as a maoist for not considering her house to visit to have some dinner and Bongo sweet," said the source.
However, Nitish Kumar and Mulayam Singh Yadav both expressed their happiness and gave their unconditional support to the government.

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