Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Students' Union leader Kanhaiya Kumar told a section of the media that he has made up his mind to leave the National Capital and move to aamchi Mumbai. According to the student-aspiring-to-be-politician Kanhaiya, Delhi has become too dangerous for him. Even though the rentals are better there than Mumbai, the JNUSU leader said that he has chosen Mumbai University to finish the rest of his PhD.
"I hope the move will be smooth. Of course, I will miss my friends, the Delhi police and those lawyers (they were sweet, weren't they?) and Mumbai rentals are crazy, but I am feeling positive about this move," Kanhaiya told a few journalists over the phone.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis seemed unfazed by this sansanikhez khulasa. "Why should I be worried? You know who should be worried? Shiv Sena," chuckled the BJP leader as he hung up on us.
Firstpost tried to contact the Sena Bhavan but no one was available for a comment. (And maybe we weren't entirely unhappy!)
Kanhaiya later exclusively spoke to Firstpost and told us the real reason behind his move. "Dekhiye, chhatr yahan masti bahut karte hain. Aur hum bhi rajneeti ke daldal mein phansne se pehle thoda mauj karna chahte hai. Naarebaaji toh zindagi bhar karni hi hai. Aur isi bahane Shi Sena se bhi mil lenge! (See, students in Mumbai have lot of fun. And before I get stuck in the bottomless pit of politics I wanted to have a sliver of that fun. Sloganeering is for life, anyway. And this way, I will get a chance to meet Shiv Sena too!)"
"Also, Delhi sucks!" (He said this, honest to God!)
Well, there you go. Kanhaiya, we, the people of Mumbai, are very happy that you are moving to the maximum city. And of course, Shiv Sena. They finally will be able to send someone to Pakistan!