Applications invited for the post of Indian President!

This is one those posts where one gets a chance to laugh at the fate of a country called India where the country advances to higher and better standards in spite of the those in power. . .

Haven’t you heard? India is bringing equality to the common man. Now anybody can become “The President”. Read on to know how to apply for the post 😀

1. The Application Form


The application form above has been issued by the Samajwadi Party for them to evaluate the candidate whom they would be backing. Take a print out of the form, fill it up and send it to them at

Well, you have started wondering about how to email a printed copy, congrats you stand a better chance than the others!

2. The BEVCO Challenge

Buy a pint from your nearest BEVCO outlet and collect the letters below the bottle cap. If you succeed in forming the word ‘President’, you get to participate in the “Pavakulam Spelling Bee” contest. If you form the word ‘Amhithabbh Bachchchann’, you will get the support of the Government to run for President.

* Conditions Apply:To ensure your chances of winning make sure you dial 100 from the nearest Airtel Landphone and say “Koooooiiii, Yamaha, namaha ennna Suzuki??”. 😉


Once you do that, you will be prostituted or prosecuted as the cops deems fit.


3. SMS Contest

Send an SMS to 676766 saying “Main Hoon Na”(Roughly translated as “I am there”) and you will be automatically considered. Charges Rs. 10 per message. The money collected will be donated to Shilpa Shetty Welfare Association for building a temple for her in London. Media will be given 10% of the funds to encourage them to cover the event in depth.

There you go, choose your preferred path of reaching the ultimate chair in India, all roads lead to the Rashtrapati Bhavan.



Disclaimer : Facts in the above post are as credible as promises in an election manifestoes. Anything which seems insulting is purely a result of possessing knowledge which is against the ideologies of this blog!


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