People’s Democratic Party (PDP) vice-president Sartaj Madni today released pictures of his son Aroot Madni spinning Khadi on a charkha to prove his credentials for the Khadi Village and Industries Board (KVIB) appointment.
Junior Madni’s selection as an executive officer for the KVIB has created an uproar in the state but senior Madni said the picture proves how hard he had prepared for the job.
“A picture is worth thousand words,” Senior Madni while releasing the exclusive pictures of his son to media said. “My son was being mentored in the art of spinning by none less the Peerzada Mansoor from the day he took over as KVIB vice chairman. Now do you believe it or I have to show you those pictures as well.”
A visibly angry senior Madni challenged media to bring one case where in candidate spun yarn on charkha.
“Show me one candidate who had spun so many tales, sorry yarn, for the job. Even I have weave a lot of yarn to help him get the job,” senior Madni said.
Lambasting the critics the PDP vice president said it was height of skepticism that people did not believe when PDP’s most honest face Khursheed Alam vouched for the integrity of selection.
“Here in the picture you can clearly see Aroot jan spinning the Khadi yarn. He knew how much Charkha is important in Khadi Village Industries Board and insisted that he himself spins the yarn,” an emotional Madni said.
He said that it breaks his heart to know that after spinning so much yarn his son had got disillusioned with the job.
“I feel devastated that Aroot jan had worked so hard for the examination by burning midnight oil, but some people are jealous of him,” said senior Madni. “Now I don’t understand where I will get him adjusted with such dedication.”
This piece is a work of pure fiction and has no bearing on the actual position of events, processes and persons. This has been published by arrangement with Dapaan
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