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Tuesday, 31 July 2012

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Sushil Kumar Shinde showed his power by switching power plug off

Government immediately plans to restore him on Home Minister's position
India's Power Minister, Sushil Kumar Shinde is happiest man in UPA today. According to sources, the government has decided to switch his duty from Power Ministry to Home Ministry, after he showed his immense power yesterday to seven states.

"Yes I can easily switch off power of seven states which I showed you yesterday, ha ha ha," said Sushil Kumar Shinde found saying his senior colleagues which included Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress President Sonia Gandhi, according to sources.
He told them "I can do this action by my left smallest finger. If I use my 2 fingers it will switch off lights in half of the country and if I use my hand it will switch off entire country. He he he. I have immense power. I am electrified and totally became a 25000 MW power man, most powerful man in the history of India."
Happy with his immense electrifying power, Sonia Gandhi decided him to promote to better position of home ministry.
"Madamji was sure that Sushil Kumar Shinde can use his immense power in home ministry which has seen lackluster activities since P Chidambaram took this portfolio," said the source close to the development.
Congress spokesperson, Manish Tewari said "Shinde has proved his immense clout by breaking the power connections in seven states and therefore Congress High Command has decided to give him the powerful job of home ministry. However, decision is not yet final."
India Satire correspondent when asked Sushil Kumar Shinde about the development, he denied giving interview and told that he would come in front of public after the confirmation of the development.

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