- Sunil Rajguru
1. How does it feel to visit the real India every 5 years?
How does it feel to take a holiday and come out of your VVVIP universe and wear 'ethnic' clothes and visit your poor subjects like your were a grand queen? How does it feel to visit Amethi and Rae Bareli and see absolutely no development there and many people still living in the same condition they were decades ago?
Do you identify with this part of India? Do you feel any teeny weeny remote connect whatsoever? Or is it just another quinquennial job you feel that you have to do. Or do you find it just some kind of exotic holiday?
2. What do you do for 5 years?
You have all the power any common Indian could dream of. All the money. All the comfort. All the connections. All the resources. You probably are in the 0.0001% of the elite of the world. So what do you do for five years?
Anything constructive and positive I mean. The royal family of England do a lot of charity work and the males there are also required to serve in the Navy and have a normal life. Are you just idling away your life away like a rich brat?
While you may say this is your personal life, it would be so had the Indian tax payer's money not been involved.
Image: Priyanka Vadra consoles a girl during an election campaign for her mother and Congress President Sonia Gandhi in Raebareli. (PTI)