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Ji Mantriji - Vol. 1
Ji Mantriji - Vol. 1

Ji Mantriji - Vol. 1

by Jonathan Lynn

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Language

English

Publisher

Penguin

ISBN

0143027972 - Year: 2002 - Pages: 230

Binding

Paperback

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Author: Jonathan Lynn
Antony Jay/
Publisher: Penguin
Year: 2002
Language: English
Pages: 230
ISBN/UPC (if available): 0143027972

Description

The first in multi-series, this hilarious reconstruction of the incongruous world of Indian government begins with a comedy of errors, whereby Suryaprakash Singh, perhaps the most ineffectual member of the Cabinet, is chosen as the party’s consensus candidate for the Prime Minister’s job.

‘Ji Pradhanmantriji’ begins with a comedy of errors, whereby Suryaprakash Singh, perhaps the most ineffectual member of the Cabinet, is chosen as the party’s consensus candidate for the Prime Minister’s job. At the same time, the post of Cabinet Secretary, the head of the Administrative Service, falls vacant, and Rajnath Mathur is chosen the new incumbent. Thus, Shri Singh and Shri Mathur find themselves continuing their adventures together, now perched at the top of government.

The challenges before the duo are many and multifarious. India is one the brink of war with Pakistan, and the Prime Minister may have to exercise the nuclear option at any moment. But first he must find a cook for his household who can prepare decent non-veg meals. Other problems of varying shapes and sizes demand Suryaprakash’s attention: his first television speech as PM, where the camera refuse to flatter him; a chain-smoking Health Minister who is loath to enforce a tobacco surcharge’ Annapurnaji, his political advisor, who has been allotted a room facing the gents’ toilet; and Mathursaheb himself, who cannot be made to part with a set of duplicate keys to Suryaprakash’s own house. Suryaprakash battles on quixotically, but before he knows it, the nation is hit by a financial crisis, and he and Mathursaheb must put their head together to save their jobs, if nothing else.

Based on the television series ‘Ji Pradhanmantriji’, this is a hilarious reconstruction of the incongruous world of Indian government.

Contents

Prologue

Kissa Kursi ka

Buland Iradey

Desh Ke Naam Sandesh

Dhuan Hi Dhuan

Chaabi

Asli Partnership

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