The areas of growth for us as a nation have been limited in recent years. Barring fuel prices of course. Every second day, the cost of petrol and diesel rises a bit, and while that is a big concern for the citizens, the politicians have found a philosophical angle in it.
One politician certainly has. Mr. Om Prakash Saklecha, a minister from Madhya Pradesh. When asked about the rising fuel prices, he said:
Troubles make you realise the happiness of good times. if there's no trouble, you won't be able to enjoy happiness.
MP Minister's bizarre response on fuel prices “Troubles make you realise the happiness of good times. if there’s no trouble, you won’t be able to enjoy happiness @ndtv @ndtvindia @manishndtv @GargiRawat #PetrolPriceHike #PetrolDieselPrice pic.twitter.com/hjUivyepY1— Anurag Dwary (@Anurag_Dwary) July 11, 2021
Unable to find any happiness in this quote, this is how Twitter reacted:
Kaha se aate hain ye log?— Kapil Dhabu (@KapilDhabu) July 11, 2021
Itna confidence kaha se milta h inko?
I cant even imagine of the utopian reality these people are living in.. https://t.co/scg4J9qeXS
Kitne tejaswi log bhare pade hai bjp me..distract karna koi inse sikhe.. https://t.co/bNcp6l3gKn— Sameer Mendhe (@sameermen1004) July 11, 2021
Yes. We all appreciate the times before 2014 and look forward to better times under another regime. https://t.co/ZAvEruguAD— Chirag Patnaik (@chirag) July 11, 2021
If there is no elaichi, you won't enjoy biryani— TheWhiteWalker (@Tauseef12356591) July 12, 2021
If there is no corona, you won't enjoy breathing pic.twitter.com/RX5dxwnUpw— SwatKat💃 (@swatic12) July 12, 2021
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