Nawaz Shariff’s Pakistan is facing acute shortage of power and the poor Prime Minister is now asking for help from his Indian counterpart. But Manmohan Singh, knowing his limitations fully, has reportedly redirected his request to Madam to take a decision on that!

However, help from other political leaders from India is pouring in for Shariff. For example, former chief minister of Bihar, Lalu Prasad Yadav, has reportedly sent some lanterns to the Pakistan PM to help him out of darkness. Incidentally, lantern is also the election symbol of Lalu’s party, RJD. By this gesture, Lalu thinks his party can expand its base beyond Indian borders. Thus, Lalu thinks he can regain the voter’s confidence, if not in India, at least in Pakistan.

On the other hand, the West Bengal chief minister has reportedly sent a booklet containing valuable information about how to live in darkness! “Life is all about living happily with whatever you have,” Didi wrote, passionately and philosophically, in a covering letter to the Pakistani PM and asked him not to worry about the problem much, citing the example of her own state.

In the meanwhile, an industry delegation from UP has planned a visit to Pakistan to educate their counterparts in the art of consuming electricity without actually paying for it!

In another interesting development, Arvind Kejriwal, Aam Admi party chief, has decided to send a few volunteers of his party to Pakistan to collect signatures from Pakistani consumers against the high tariff of proposed power to be supplied from India!

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