More skeletons continue to tumble out of Nitin Gadkari’s closet with news reports surfacing that, in addition to his driver, accountant, employees and friend’s son, his 5 year old Great Dane, Gundu, is also registered as a director of one of the firms that had invested in the BJP President’s Purti Group of companies. Motu Gadbadi, the investigative reporter for The UnReal Times, quickly managed to discover Gundu’s letters of appointment among other relevant documents, which clearly had the canine’s paw impression in place of signatures.
Gadbadi was however too intimidated by Gundu’s ferocity and size. To make matters worse, Gadkari noticed Gadbadi lurking around and unleashed Gundu, who chased Gadbadi mercilessly around the park until the latter hid behind a portrait of Congress General Secretary Digvijaya Singh. According to a highly surprised Gadbadi, Gundu ran back to his kennel as fast as he could, upon seeing Diggy’s portrait.
Nitin Gadkari says he or Gundu have not violated any law and are willing to be investigated by a competent authority. “Gundu is one of my closest aides. In fact, he’s my best friend. So what’s wrong if I nominate him as director? Please stop picking on him just because he happens to be the underdog,” he maintained, with the caveat that, “ if Gundu is investigated, so should Vadra.”
Digvijay Singh has challenged Gundu to an open debate to settle the ‘who is more corrupt? BJP or Congress’ question once and for all.