Saturday, March 26, 2011

Indian Politics-Rane, keep quiet

The person or the teacher, who taught our nano Rane to speak, didn’t teach him what to speak, when to speak and when not to speak. It seems Rane is in full swing these days. Sure, we all know that politicians have to speak, that is their first and foremost requirement. But at times, when and if the situation demands, he has to keep quite. Rane has a lot to learn in this regard from Dr. Manmohan Singh.

A few days back, Rane has alleged to have said in a function that “women should look after their children and work in their kitchen.” Quite true Mr. Rane, we also concede that women should look after their children and work in their kitchen. The only problem is Rane doesn’t practice what he preaches. For the same reason, his wife has left her children and her kitchen and is the president of some educational mandal (forum). Not only that, she runs a restaurant in place of education and earns decent income out of that, so much for dear nano Rane’s statement. Perhaps his speeches are for others to follow, not his own family. Or perhaps he doesn’t no his own mind.

But never mind, Rane being Rane, may well argue that in that restaurant too, Mrs. Rane looks after the kitchen herself. So in away she is involved with kitchen, here or there doesn’t matter. On the contrary, you may call it an extended kitchen. We are prepared to buy that, Mr. Rane.

But what about children? May we suggest she opens a crèche in that restaurant she is running? That way, both commands of Rane for women will be fulfilled. Mrs. Rane will be working in restaurant kitchen and looking after children in crèche, whether her own or others doesn’t matter. What say, Rane?


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