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pakistani "boy child" to the rescue.....

The government poster for highlighting the National Girl Child Day, January 23, shows various male worthies, along with two grown up girl children. While Kapil Dev, Virender Sehwag, and Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, along with , the PM, figure prominently, along with a message " "Where would you be if your mother was not allowed to be born?", the female of the species, is represented by Sonia Gandhi, and the concerned minister Krishn Tirath.

While authorities remain blind to women achievers, like Sania, Saina, Anjali Bhagwat etc., huge apologies are being made for including, inexplicably, the picture of Pakistani ex air force chief Tanvir Ahmed.

Its possible that Tanvir Ahmed was born in undivided India. There was a 50% chance of he remaining Indian.

Was this done to make up for excluding that country from the IPL ? :-)


R. Ramesh said...

thanks BKji

sm said...

this just shows that how the Indian government is works?
If this will happen where we work, what will happen to that employee?
But mistakes done by king are not crimes.

BK Chowla, said...

My thinking is a bit different.
Perhaps,perhaps,Pak Gen's name was added as part of ANMAN KI ASHA but it seems to have misfired because the media which is on the lookout for any juicy news.
And,once the photograph of Sonia is in right place--who cares who is included or not or who is in the Adv??
Someone did mention sycophancy?

Vinod_Sharma said...

This is really a shame. How could such a mistake have happened by mistake? I tend to agree with BK Chowla. Look at the shame. The head of a wing of Pakistan's military that is involved in fighting Indian forces, for whom the only enemy is India, is in that ad. Something more dangerous might be happening...

BK Chowla, said...

sm,Indian Govt does not work.
They are still living in the old colonial mind set and are succeeding in their actions.

BK Chowla, said...

vinod-sharma, we talk so much about China.
Can one imagine a situation if such a goof up had happened in China---what would have been the consequences????

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