Rahul Gandhi is a visionary. His visions, future plans and his ideas for India’s youth are so great, the depths of their utility and possibilities are unfathomable for the common minds of petty political critics. Who could have thought about the possibility of linking all the MRI machines or a machine that converts potato into gold? Even the makers of Westworld on HBO seems to have been inspired by the idea that Rahul Gandhi hinted at because the human-looking robots on the show behaved very much like linked MRIs. JK Rowling would have considered re-naming her debut book Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone because who needs a stone that can only turn metals into gold when we can have a machine that can turn potatoes into gold? The whole mystical art of Alchemy has been one misplaced endeavour indeed.
Imagine a world where not only Mrs Obama cooks in Made in Jaunpur patilas but Queen Elizabeth uses Made in Aligarh locks to safeguard the treasures stolen from India, Vladimir Putin uses Made in Chitrakoot mobiles to sabotage elections in the North Pole and Chinese President Xi Jinping plans to do a Kailash Mansarovar Yatra because all the Chinese youth who got jobs through Indians clicking selfies incessantly, want to vote for Rahul Gandhi. Would not that be a beautiful, beautiful world?
Rahul Gandhi does try to let everyone know about his dreams and visions but, as we said, not all of us have the required acumen to understand it. Take for example Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan. He had mocked the princeling lately saying that while Rahul is making promises of building mobile factories everywhere he visits, his own constituency in Amethi is yet to even make a ‘Patli pin ka charger’. Chouhan’s comments had started a whole new hashtag on Twitter #MadeInAmethi. However, while most of the country is busy making fun of the Congress prince, a group of kindred spirits have gone ahead and made a website that makes all (well most of) Rahul Gandhi’s visions come true. Yes, we are speaking about www.madeinamethi.com. It is not a mere website but a portal to another world, a pathway where mediocrity ends and Rahul Gandhi style ingenious brilliance begins.
The website offers an extensive range of products, from made in Amethi Rafail Jets to Gohler showers and BHEL manufactured Gantail phones. It has Rahul Gandhi listed as its CEO and ‘social worker’ Mia Khalifa as the brand ambassador, who swears that the Mia in her name stands for Made In Amethi.
The website also features an exclusive list of products made in Amethi by the exceptional foresight of their CEO.
If the sceptic and unappreciative people of India think that that is all the brilliant entrepreneurs working under the brand name have to offer, they could not be more wrong. The website offers a whole lot of products that are not only ingenious but are engineering marvels too.
Form a G-phone that charges via an apple, a ‘Vadramobil’ that is literally real-estate in motion to specially designed Pogoplay, the website has the potential to put Jame Bond’s Doctor Q to shame with its innovative ideas.
That is not all, the website even has a separate section that announces upcoming products, based on scheduled rallies of Rahul Gandhi, because rallies are where Mr Gandhi ‘invents’ these high-tech products and establishes factories.
The website is breaking records in terms of sale and popularity. There is a real-time calculator displayed that claims that so far more than 64,000 people have ordered products from this website. Indians finally seems to be waking up to modern technology and innovations.
Earlier there had been a website called www.rahulgandhiachevements.com. Though the new website selling products envisioned by Gandhi seems much more popular among netizens. People on Twitter are discussing a lot about it and the products are selling like hot samosas.
Wanna see all the latest gadgets you only saw in your dreams ????
Just visit https://t.co/vwUIQ0bKXg
And yes, everything is #MadeInAmethi
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While Sanghi, patriarchal and communal politicians of India are busy in mundane things like distributing gas cylinders and health insurances, the website inspired by Rahul Gandhi’s vision and guidance seems to be the only technologically dedicated, innovation-focused and future-ready platform that is aiming to fulfil the long-standing scientific innovation gap in India’s history.
If the popularity continues, we will not be surprised when people all over the world will be flocking to Amethi to witness the miracles at work, aliens in faraway planets will be attempting to borrow Mr Gandhi’s ideas and Amethi will leave Detroit, Shanghai, and Stuttgart far behind in being an industrial and technological hub.
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